Heart of Niagara Fundraiser a Success in North Tonawanda

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By: Brendan McDonough

Reporter for North Tonawanda

Outside Walmart in North Tonawanda they weren’t shopping but hoping to help those four-legged animal companions who need it the most.

This past weekend the animal rescue group called the “Heart of Niagara” held one of several fundraisers they will be holding this summer.

“This is an adoption event as well as a chance for us to get supplies that we might need,” said Kathy Nowakowski, Managing Director

They currently are not taking in any cats because they have no foster homes for them. So, they are only taking in and adopting out dogs. For them education is the key.

“It’s not hard to find homes for theses animals. It is a lot of work. We really want to educate people about the importance for spaying and neutering your animals,” said Nowakowski.

Some of the supplies that are needed include: Chicken flavored Purina One Dog food, Purina dog chow, Purina puppy chow, Lysol cleaner, paper towels, bleach and dawn dish soap.

The organization says they will be holding fundraisers on just about every weekend throughout the summer.

 

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