LARAS House: rescuing dogs, cats in Limestone County for 10 years
Nearly 10 years ago, May 1, 2008, nearly a dozen animal lovers in Limestone County asked themselves what could be done to rescue stray dogs and cats from the double-edged sword of either starving in the wild or being euthanized in a dog pound. They answered that question by forming LARAS House – LARAS being an acronym for Limestone Animal Rescue, Adoption and Shelter. While the people who make up LARAS House – its board, kennel workers and volunteers – have changed over the years, their intent remains to rescue stray dogs and cats, and provide a safe home for them, initially at LARAS House, but ultimately with an individual or family.
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