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3 Questions: I Promise student reporter finds out how the Humane Society of Summit County cares for animals

A volunteer with Humane Society of Summit County brings a furry friend to the I Promise School to explain how animals are helped and cared for.

AKRON, Ohio — The Humane Society of Summit County cares and advocates for vulnerable animals. The Society operates a no-time-limit shelter, meaning as long as the animal is healthy, it will stay until it is adopted.

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Jim Sebastian is a volunteer with The Humane Society of Summit County and brought Tulip, an eight-year-old dog up for adoption, to the Kaulig Media Lab for an interview with the I Promise News Team. Sebastian explains the Humane Society’s mission, more about Tulip and how kids can help the Humane Society get animals adopted.

“3 Questions” can be seen on “What’s New” at 4pm on Fridays. The interviews are recorded at the Kaulig Media Lab at the I Promise School. The project is a partnership between Kaulig Companies, LeBron James Family Foundation & WKYC Studios.

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