Introduction to Animal Rescue Organization Town & Country Human Society
Animal rescue organization, the Town and Country Humane Society, was founded in 1983 by Judy Johnson to address the issue of overwhelming stray dog complaints in Sarpy County and provide a solution for animal management. After her retirement in 2016, Lori Reidler took over the organization, which recently celebrated its 40th anniversary with a party at SumTur Amphitheatre.
The Town and Country Humane Society has stayed true to its objective of rescuing animals in need and placing them in loving homes. Since 2017, they have successfully found homes for more than 3,500 dogs, cats, and other animals. Additionally, they provide boarding services for animals.
The event was a celebration of the organization’s commitment to animal welfare and gratitude to those who made it possible. It reflected on the countless lives saved, volunteers and donors who helped the organization, and the many furry companions who found their forever homes.
The Town and Country Humane Society’s achievements are proof of the strength of compassion and determination. It serves as a reminder that extraordinary things are possible when perseverance and hard work are combined. The event was a well-earned celebration of the organization’s achievements and its ongoing dedication to helping disadvantaged animals.
Over the years, the Town and Country Humane Society has grown and adapted to meet the needs of the community. Its services extend beyond animal rescue and adoption. The organization also provides education on responsible pet ownership, spaying and neutering, and animal health and wellness.
The group has relied on the generosity of donors and volunteers to keep its operations running smoothly. Without their support, the organization could not have saved so many animals or provided boarding services for those in need.
Celebrating 40th Anniversary
The event at SumTur Amphitheatre showcased the organization’s accomplishments over the past four decades. It celebrated the countless lives saved and the countless volunteers and donors who made it possible. It was also an opportunity to recognize the furry companions who found their forever homes and the impact that the Town and Country Humane Society has had on their lives.
The Town and Country Humane Society’s 40th anniversary event was a testament to the power of community and the difference that can be made when people come together for a common cause. It demonstrated the impact that a group of dedicated individuals can have on the lives of animals in need.
- Town and Country Humane Society celebrates 40th anniversary
- Read more at townandcountryhumanesociety.org.
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