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ALBION, Ind. (WFFT) - Visitors get to enjoy the opportunity to meet many of the wildcats, wild carnivores, reptiles, and observe and learn about them.
All proceeds of St. Catty's Day directly benefit the animals enjoying refuge for the rest of their lives at Black Pine Animal Sanctuary.
“All of the money goes into feeding the animals, keeping the animals, so it's very important that we have those donations and admissions to help take care of our animals for the rest of their lives,” Barb Smith president of the board of directors said.
Black Pine is also looking for donations to help getting disposable medical gloves, paper products, postage stamps, and other consumable goods.
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