Gadsden County Humane Society wants to inform public

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By Alice Du Pont

You've seen them. Sitting on the side of a country road looking lost and forlorn. You pass, knowing that the animal has been well cared for and kept because it's coat is still shiny and it has the plumpness of having been recently fed. But deep down you know that this animal has been abandoned like so many other each year in Gadsden County.
    Scenes like that are what the Gadsden County Humane Society want to prevent. They want to spread the word that there's someone here to help before it get to the point that animals are abandoned.

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