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27 Jul 2015 
The rummage sale attracted $100, which will certainly profit the shelter.

Dawn Schabbing can be reached at or 217-347-7151 ext. Their every week advantage sales started on May 22 to sustain the pet shelter.

For more information about Voice of Animals or to make a contribution, call Evanoff Janet England Profile at 217-994-9053, as well as leave a message

. "Up until now, we've had two kittycats embraced.".

Pet dogs could be adopted for $90 and cats may be taken on for $45 at the shelter. A weekly yard sales is held and also all proceeds the company makes is funneled to the Effingham Area Animal Control.

"We came up to bring a few of our shelter animals right here to attempt to discover some houses," said Casey Welch, animal control warden. In all, 2 kittens and also a pet dog were offered forever homes.

Brent Budde, main pet control warden, said this is something the women wished to do to elevate awareness of the shelter, the adoptable pets housed there as well as to aid spend for animal care while they are at the shelter.

"We have a continuous $5 each bag sale," said Evanoff, about the contributed garments for the entire household and also various household products. Some apparel may also be donated to location assisted living home to aid the senior in demand.

Staff from the Effingham Area Pet Control as well as a group called the Voice of Animals joined forces for a charity event to assist the homeless pets. The charges consist of spaying or neutering and also microchipping, Budde stated.

Any individual taking on a pet dog this previous Saturday was provided a vibrantly colored t-shirt with the Voice of Animals logo on it. The shelter lies at 701 E. The tee shirts are likewise on sale for $10. to twelve noon Saturdays.

EFFINGHAM-- Family members seeking adoptable pets had that opportunity on Saturday when seven dogs and six kitties were brought to midtown Effingham.

Earnings from the rummage sale were donated by Voice of Animals to assist spend for veterinarian care as well as provides the shelter as well as pets require. Fridays and from 8 a.m. The store is at Fourth Road as well as Washington Avenue, as well as is open from noon to 5 p.m. 138.

Peggy Evanoff and Mary Ellen Eversman, both of Effingham are creators of Voice of Animals, at the corner of Fourth as well as Washington. Eiche St., Effingham.

Evanoff devotes 25-30 hrs a week arranging garments inside the shop. She accepts contributions of all apparels, little family things as well as cash, as well.

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