Not only did the flooding destroy kennels, but many village mushers use fish wheels to catch fish for their dogs to eat, and some of those were destroyed. Read the full story here:http://tinyurl.com/pcsbokUPDATED:In planning how to expedite donations of dog and cat food and cat litterto the flood-affected villages, Cold Spot Feeds has been designated asthe local outlet. You can drop off cash or a check or call in a credit cardfor a food purchase and they will take care of transporting it to the CivilAir Patrol hangar for consolidated shipment to the villages in need. ColdSpot is located at 910 Old Steese Highway, 457-8555. This process willenable the right food to get where it’s needed most.This effort is being coordinated by the State of AlaskaVolunteer Coordinator, Arlan DeYoung, in Anchorage. His phone is907-428-7131 but as you may imagine, he’s a pretty busy guy these days andnot always available for calls.
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