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Animals at the Grand Strand Humane Society are in need. Here’s how you can help

Sandy Brown talks about love of animals and hope for the future of the Grand Strand Humane Society

Executive Director Sandy Brown is resigning from the Grand Strand Humane Society effective July 15. She says she has always had a love of animals and hopes the shelter will have a bright future.
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Executive Director Sandy Brown is resigning from the Grand Strand Humane Society effective July 15. She says she has always had a love of animals and hopes the shelter will have a bright future.

Furry friends looking for homes need your help.

The Grand Strand Humane Society is in need of blankets, sheets and towels, according to a Facebook post from the organization Monday.

“We are ****COMPLETELY OUT**** of blankets, sheets and towels for our babes to snuggle with. Please consider donating your old linens to our dogs and cats!” the Facebook post reads.

Grand Strand Humane Society asks that anyone interested in donating text or call 860-944-3940 to set up a pick-up or delivery.

“**If you work in a local hotel, ask what is done with stained/old linens. We can use them!!!!!**” the Facebook post reads.

The Grand Strand Humane Society, located at 3241 Mr. Joe White Avenue, is holding an ORVIS Adoption Event at 1150 Farrow Parkway from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday.

“This is a great opportunity to see some of our pups in a setting similar to how they would be at home!!” the organization’s website reads. “Feel free to snuggle up on the couches while filling out an adoption application or take one of our amazing pups on an adventure throughout the Market Common!”

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