Woodford Humane Society needs help after storms


WOODFORD COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ)-In Woodford County, the Humane Society says storms hit it hard.

Both buildings are intact, but several trees came down and took out fences making many of the dog yards unusable.

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The Humane Society estimates that it’s looking at 8-10,000 dollars worth of damage.

Staff members there say there have already been a lot of large expenses this year so they’re in desperate need of donations and help removing trees.

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