Primary Election, Mayoral Candidates and Animal Welfare

Bloomington Mayoral Candidates and Animal Welfare With the primary election just days away, and so far little notion given to the stake of animals in our community in recent debates, MCHA has reached out to each candidate and offered the same five questions regarding their position on the state of animal welfare in our community and where their beliefs and policies lie. Responses have been captured, and listed in the order they were received. Darryl Neher* *These responses were captured from a conversation. What is your assessment of the state of companion (dogs/cats) animals in our community? I think the relationship between the City shelter and MCHA has proven to be vital to the com

Lucy's Horrifying Adventure

Lucy is a 7 year old Rat Terrier who was attacked by a pack of coyotes. One morning, while playing in the front yard, Lucy was snatched up by a pack of coyotes. Somehow, Lucy managed to escape and her family found her limping in the woods near their home. She had several wounds including a large cut on her stomach and was losing blood quickly. Lucy needed medical attention immediately. The family took her to the nearest veterinarian to save her life. Costs for the surgery weighed heavily on their minds, but MCHA was able to cover all of the costs related to Lucy's care, thanks to the generosity of donors. Today Lucy is alive and recovering well. The Arthur family and MCHA are happy to see h

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For appointments, please call: 812-333-6242, ext 2

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