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Golfers and animal lovers gathered at The Golf Club at Little Turtle on a sunny day this summer to raise money for Homeless to Home Animal Rescue and Cat Sanctuary. The August 19th event, “Play Fore Paws” was sponsored by Anthony Rothman of 97.1 The Fan and Jamie McGann of McGann Media Group. Among those who took advantage of the beautiful weather and a chance to help a deserving local charity were Columbus Blue Jacket’s Coach John Tortorella and General Manager
Proceeds from the event and auction were donated to the Marion, Ohio rescue organization which works tirelessly to provide shelter and proper care to homeless animals turned away by shelters or surrendered by owners. To learn more about their mission, visit Homeless to Home.
Sub-zero weather is in the area, posing a dangerous threat to humans and animals. If you have an animal that needs to come in out of the cold – or know of someone who needs help with their pet(s), the following organizations can help – FREE OF CHARGE. TAHO – The Animal Health Organization of Delaware will shelter the animals of homeless people and anyone who cannot bring their pets indoors. Call them at 740-549-1950. Homeless to Home in Marion will also take in pets. Call them at 740-272-0849. Hospets in Marysville invites people in Union County with pets who need protection from the weather to contact them by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you see an animal struggling in the cold and feel intervention is necessary, please call Columbus Humane at 614-777-7387 x 250 for their animal cruelty investigation line. Please keep in mind that conditions due to the extreme cold are life-threatening. Look after neighbors living alone and keep your pets indoors.