Monday, April 13, 2020

Generous Mesa County, Keep Donations Coming

In a formal update to the Mesa County Commissioners this morning, Animal Services Manager Doug Frye gave the community a round of verbal applause for their generous donations.

Frye said people continue to donate all the items they are always in need of, which include dog and cat food, cat litter, and old towels. Those donations are coming in during their open to the public hours, and only one person is delivering the donations, which is in line with their current, modified process in response to COVID-19.

Additionally, Frye reported that people have adopted six animals since the stay-at-home order took effect and has had a consistent flow of callers wanting to set up adoption appointments. Again, this process is in line with current operational practices.

Frye is grateful and appreciative that residents continue to think of Animal Services with their donations, including Commissioner John Justman, who donated dog food recently.

For more information about Mesa County Animal Services' current public interaction processes, hours of operation, and adoption and donation guidelines, click here.

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