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Aluminum Can Donation in Tomahawk Only


We would like to thank everyone for working with LCHS to donate aluminum cans in Tomahawk! In February, we received $486.80 as a result of the can donation in Tomahawk! Please note, LCHS will not be accepting aluminum cans at our facility. Although we are not accepting aluminum cans at LCHS, the Hometown Feed Mill

Aluminum Can Donation in Tomahawk Only2022-06-18T21:27:36+00:00

Thank you, Chip’s!


The total is in and we are overwhelmed by everyone's generosity! From January 17th-March 11th, Chip's held a Paws for a Cause fundraiser for LCHS and the donations amounted to $6,598! Thank you all for donating at Chip's and thank you to Chip's for doing this fundraiser each year for LCHS!

Thank you, Chip’s!2022-03-21T22:58:23+00:00

February Honorarium Donations


We would like to thank everyone who donated in honor of a loved one in February! Your support is greatly appreciated. Esther Dittmar by Darlene Mattson, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Scott & Linda Doerr Rose Bolling by Alger & Connie Julson, David Julson, Friends of the Family, Greenheck Employees, Beverly Dietz, Gloria Wagener, Cathy Mueller,

February Honorarium Donations2022-08-01T03:07:18+00:00

Thank you, Shana & Caroline!


We would like to thank Shana & Caroline Klesmith for their generous donation to the shelter! Shana & Caroline donated supplies as part of the NTC's Day of Giving. Thank you!

Thank you, Shana & Caroline!2022-04-16T16:51:52+00:00

Thank you, Nathan Brzoznowski!


LCHS would like to thank our wonderful volunteer, Nathan, for his dedicated Eagle Project! Nathan Brzoznowski of BSA Troop 513 has achieved the rank of Eagle Scout on May 3, 2021. Nathan's Eagle Project is a Memorial Rain Garden, shaped as a paw print, in the shelter's yard. Nathan has been involved with scouting since

Thank you, Nathan Brzoznowski!2022-04-16T16:49:56+00:00

Keep pets safely indoors on July 4th!


Did you know more pets go missing on July 4th than any other day of the year? Below are some tips to keep your pets safe this Fourth of July.   Don’t bring your pets to the fireworks Never leave your pet in the car during fireworks Don’t leave doggie doors open or pets outside

Keep pets safely indoors on July 4th!2022-04-16T16:47:47+00:00

Firework Safety for Pets


Did you know July 5th is the busiest day of the year at most shelters? Fireworks terrify many animals, even normally calm pets. Keep your pets safe. Keep them at home, indoors wtih no possible escape routes through windows or doors. We also recommend playing soft music or leaving a television set playing in the

Firework Safety for Pets2022-04-16T16:45:59+00:00
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