Gulf Coast Humane Society helping pet owners affected by government shutdown

Posted at 9:15 AM, Jan 29, 2019

The Gulf Coast Humane Society is doing their part to help those affected by the partial government shutdown.

Free rabies shots, boosters, and flea & tick prevention will be offered to those who can prove their affiliation with a government organization affected.

“Gulf Coast Humane Society’s goal is to assist our community whenever there is a need,” said Sharon Ray, Executive Director of the Gulf Coast Humane Society. “We hope that this will be a little bit of help and relief for those that are in the middle of this shutdown.”

This event will take place on Tuesday, January 29 from 6-8 p.m. at the Gulf Coast Humane Society, in the community room.

Vaccines will be offered while supplies last, people must bring proof of association with the affected organization, (pay stub, ID badge, and credentials from affected organization).