Webark Estates & Moose Club of New Martinsville Come To Rescue Of Animals In Flooded Areas

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 Webark Estates, the no-kill animal shelter, and the New Martinsville Moose Lodge are getting ready to send a truckload of pet supplies to Rainelle and Clendenin, West Virginia.

People are now bringing donations of items and money to Webark’s office in Elm Grove, beside the Domino’s in the Bridge Street Plaza.

They are bringing dog and cat food, cat litter, pet toys, pet shampoo, carrying crates, pet beds, snacks, collars, leashes and ID tags.

The Moose Lodge has already sent truckloads of emergency items for people in flooded areas, then they got word that animals were in need of help too.

“They said the animals were in dire need of food and cleaning products, anything that we can send,” said Carolyn Gatian of the Moose Lodge. “So I immediately thought of Pam Lacefield with Webark. When I gave her the call, she didn’t hesitate. She donated $500 and posted it on her Friends Of Webark page on Facebook.”

“I want to be able to help at least with some food,” said Meredith Dague of Wheeling, who brought in some donated items. “And hopefully the animals can get the proper attention they need.”

They are accepting donations at the Webark office, next to Domino’s in the Bridge Street Plaza in Elm Grove, through Wednesday.

The Moose Club will take the truck to Rainelle and Clendenin on Thursday.

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