Lous, a female beagle mix, awaits adoption at the SPCA of Northeastern North Carolina animal shelter at 100 Wilson Street, Monday.
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Lous, a female beagle mix, awaits adoption at the SPCA of Northeastern North Carolina animal shelter at 100 Wilson Street, Monday.

Animal shelter to move to new site

By Reggie Ponder

The Daily Advance

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The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Northeastern North Carolina is moving the Pasquotank County animal shelter to a building on Enterprise Drive off Pitts Chapel Road.

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Fundraising?

Are there going to be fundraising events for the extra money needed and if so when and where?

Congratulations!

I'm glad to hear this is going to happen. Gillian told me about the need for a new facility. She is very dedicated to the proper treatment of animals. I will do everything I can to help your organization. Ken Smith 1st Ward Candidate for City Council.

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