The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

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November 18, 2013

Pet supply drive to help New River Humane Society

A supply drive dubbed Merry Mutts & Christmas Kitties is under way to benefit the New River Humane Society.

Oak Hill Animal Hospital will be collecting donations to help the shelter animals this holiday season. With your donation you will receive a raffle ticket which will enter you in a drawing to win a variety of prizes, including free spay/neuter, zipline canopy tour for two from Ace Adventure Resort, handmade sassafras magnet cabinet, free nail trim from New River Grooming, Vera Bradley gift set from Wisteria Gifts, gift cards to local restaurants, a six-month supply of Vectra 3D, a topical flea control product and a bonus goodie bag.

Donations will be accepted through Dec. 20. The drawing will be Dec. 21 and the winner will be notified by phone.

Donation items sought include dog, puppy, cat and kitten food; nonclumping litter, pet beds, collars and leashes, litter pans, crates and carriers and food bowls.

Please do not bring toys.

For more information, call 304-465-8267 or 304-465-0436.

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