Loyal Biscuit donates to shelter fund for injured animals

Oct 13, 2016
Courtesy of: Pope Memorial Humane Society of Knox County From left, Heidi V. Neal, owner of Loyal Biscuit Co., with her dog, George; Anna Adams of Pope Memorial Humane Society center, and Michelle Stanley of Arts Marine and her dog, Liberty, display a check representing funds raised on behalf of shelter animals who need medical attention.

Thomaston — George, a lab mix who turned 4 years old recently, was adopted from Pope Memorial Humane Society. Unfortunately, he suffered a very serious injury this past summer, when he was accidently hit by a vehicle. Thanks to the skill of Dr. Christy Peters at MidCoast Animal Emergency Clinic and her staff, George beat the odds and is thriving today. His owner, Heidi Neal, proprietor of Loyal Biscuit Co., was inspired to pass her good fortune on by raising money for animals in need.

The funds raised came to $6,000, including part of George’s GoFundMe Campaign, matched funds from Loyal Biscuit, donations from Michelle Stanley of Arts Marine, and multiple in-store donations. All of the funds raised have been donated to Pope Memorial’s “Molly Fund,” which goes towards the care of sick or injured shelter pets.

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