Just Save foods store in Robbins organized a community car show on July, 22nd and bought needed supplies with the proceeds for the Moore County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services.
The store’s manager, Daniel Frazier, donated three pallets of dog and cat food, cat litter, peanut butter, treats, and cleaning supplies to help Animal Services to continue to care for Moore County animals.
“I am deeply humbled and appreciative,” said Sheriff Neil Godfrey. “Daniel Frazier and his Team at the Robbins Just Save store have absolutely made a positive difference in our operations at the Animal Shelter. Particularly with our ability to ensure our furry guests are receiving the best possible care and these supplies will be applied towards that goal. I thank Daniel and his Team at Just Save for their contribution and partnership.”
According to the Moore County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services, their mission is “To promote an environment of responsible pet ownership through progressive animal welfare initiatives, community outreach, and humane education in a culture of compassion, creativity, and integrity and to enforce county and state animal laws. This mission will be accomplished in partnership with the citizens of Moore County through the highest ethical, professional, and legal standards.”
If you are looking to add a furry friend to your family like Tilapia pictured below, please contact Animal Services at 947-2858. They are located at 5235 U.S. 15-501 in Carthage. Their adoption hours are from M-F, 10 am to 4 pm closing from 12 pm – 1 pm for lunch, and Saturdays they are open from 10 am – 2 pm.
In the feature photo from L to R are Store Manager Daniel Frazier, Assistant Manager Melanie Harris, Deputy McNeill, Sheriff Neil Godfrey, Deputy McKenzie, C.O. Manager Billy Bowles and Deli Clerks Manager Lisa Jarrett.