Shelter needs help caring for dozens of animals rescued from abuse, neglect
FULTON - The Grabb Animal Shelter needs donations to help care for more than 100 animals surrendered to Fulton Police on Thursday.
The animals include guinea pigs, lambs, chickens, snakes, birds, hedge hogs, dogs, quail and a bearded dragon.
The Fulton Police Department said Tuesday the shelter needs recycled paper or pine shaving bedding (no cedar due to being dangerous for certain animals), cockatiel and parakeet food and treats, Guinea pig and hamster food and treats, puppy training pads, hay for the lambs and chicken feed (chick starter and adult feed).
Any donations can be dropped off at the Grabb Animal Shelter, located at 60 Industrial Dr., Fulton. Or people can call 573-642-7443 to make any arrangements.
The animals will likely be available for adoption after getting proper treatment.
The woman who was keeping the animals has been cited with abuse and neglect.