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December 2, 2013

Fire destroys shelter, animals killed in blaze

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How to help the Knox-Whitley Animal Shelter

Cash donations can be made at the Forcht Bank in Corbin and London. The Corbin branch can be reached at 606-528-3660. The London branch can be reached at 606-864-9500. The shelter also has a PayPal account set up to receive donations. Drop-off donations can be made at Knox County Veterinary Services of 314 High Street in Barbourville, the office of William and Devanna Durham of 513 18th Street in Corbin, or Whitley County EMS of 1002 Aviation Blvd in Williamsburg.

Myers said that the shelter has plenty of food, and mainly needs water, towels, blankets, metal food and water bowls for the animals, big water buckets, pans that can be used as litter boxes, litter scoops, cat litter, cat containment crates, garbage cans, and large garbage bags.

 

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