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Stray animal fund donation

Friday, November 11, 2011

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Dr. Kayla Ludvigson, left, of Ludvigson Chiropractic, hands a donation check to Dr. Melissa Friedrichsen of Valley Veterinary Center for the Center's Stray Animal Fund. Friedrichsen holds the office cat Tigger, and Nichole Beier of Valley Veterinary Center has a leashed Babe, one of the stray dogs at the Center. Photo by Rhonda Fassler
Dr. Kayla Ludvigson of Ludvigson Chiropractic recently made a donation to the Stray Animal Fund at Valley Veterinary Center in Cherokee.

Each quarter, Ludvigson donates her new patient fees to a worthy cause in the area. Donations to the Stray Animal Fund are used to provide vaccinations, emergency surgeries, pest control, spaying and neutering of animals that are abandoned and brought to the Center by area law enforcement or residents.

The Center works to adopt the animals and credits volunteers with their efforts at finding new homes for the animals that are brought in. Donations to the Stray Animal Fund are always needed and appreciated. Last year the fund provided services to approximately 100 animals.



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