GRANTS PASS, Ore. – Over 200 animals rescued from a Cave Junction home several weeks ago and are still struggling to survive.
Josephine County Animal Control rescued several dogs, cats, miniature horses and goats on White Schoolhouse Road. Veterinarian Gary Buckmaster told NewsWatch 12 that some of the animals will probably be euthanized. Volunteers are continuing to make sure the animals get the proper veterinary care.
If you’d like to help, you can donate by cash or check to the Josephine County Animal Protection Rescue Fund P.O. Box 5732 Grants Pass, OR 97527. Animal Control said gift cards from South 40 are also much appreciated.