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Pet food drive and donation center being held in South Euclid this weekend

Curbside service is available.

SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio — The South Euclid Humane Society and Herps Alive Foundation Reptile Rescue will team up Saturday and Sunday to accept pet food donations and to donate pet food to pet owners in need.

Pet owners who have been financially impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis and are in need of pet food can visit the donation location at Herps Alive, 1489 Garden Drive in South Euclid from 12:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. this weekend.

Free cat food, dog food and even reptile food will be available for those in need.

The two rescue groups will also accept donations of pet food and money so they can help others.

The South Euclid Humane Society will have adoptable pets available at this event.

The volunteers will practice social distancing and curbside service is available.

For more information call  Herps Alive Foundation Reptile Rescue at 216-374-1392.

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