Animal Shelter Society Names Pet of Week, Talks Needs

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ZANESVILLE, Ohio-The Animal Shelter Society of Zanesville is naming a precious little fur ball named Milo as its pet of the week. 

Milo is a kitten who was brought to the shelter as a stray. Though initially timid Milo is a very affectionate boy. 

“He’s approximately one year old. He came to the shelter, it’s that typical story: he was homeless and someone saved him and brought him in. He is very timid, when we first got him you could hardly hold him he was so scared. He wasn’t feral but he was very very scared. sO the staff continued to work with him and we’re proud of where Milo is today.”, Shelter general manager April Cohagen-Gibson said of Milo.

The animal shelter takes care of dozens of animals at once. This wealth of responsibility requires a great deal of resources that you can help the shelter meet. 

“The shelter right now, we do have some needs I would like to put out there. We have and continue to have very strong cleaning protocols, those were in effect long before COVID ever came into play in our world. We are in great need of bleach and liquid laundry soap. Some folks may not know, we do twenty-five to twenty-seven loads a day.”, Cohagen-Gibson said of the shelter’s needs.

More information on the shelter can be found on its website. 

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