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Toledo Area Humane Society had some challenges to deal with during this week's
extreme cold, but workers and volunteers came together to keep the animals
Monday, the first day of sub-zero temperatures, one of the furnaces at the
Humane Society went out. Then on Tuesday, a pipe burst.
the furnace broke, the temperature in the dog kennel dropped to 42 degrees.
Staff had to move the dogs to warmer areas of the building. Portable heaters
have since been brought in to keep the dogs comfortable.
new furnace would have cost $50,000 for the 33-year-old building, but they are
hoping to fix it when a new part is delivered.
when a pipe burst Tuesday, water poured into one of the kennels. Fortunately,
none of the dogs were near it and the pipe was not one of the vital ones for
dogs are now snuggled up and warm, and they seem to have made it through just
fine thanks to the hard work by everyone at the shelter.
were some dedicated volunteers that just came here on their own when they could
have been home taking care of their families," said Executive Director Gary
Willoughby. "Even on Monday we had three or four dog walkers come in here. It
took me about 2-3 hours to dig up, to get the doors open to get the dogs out
because there was so much snow built up everywhere."
Humane Society is offering a 25 percent discount on all adoptions through this
Sunday. They want to get as many animals into warm homes as they can while
their furnace gets fixed.