Sixty-five dogs and puppies were seized from an Edmore-area home last week.
“This week has been absolutely crazy,” Montcalm County Animal Control Director Autumn Pumford told the Daily News on Monday regarding the logistics of transferring and caring for so many animals.
One of the long-lasting effects of the coronavirus pandemic is a national labor shortage, including right here in Montcalm County.
Montcalm County government is struggling to hire for and retain multiple positions ranging from the Sheriff’s Office and Jail to the Commission on Aging to the Clerk’s Office to the Animal Shelter.
Lynette Nevills has always loved to write, but for a long time she told herself she didn’t have the time.
That’s until a fluffy orange kitten who nearly died from neglect inspired the Edmore woman not only to write his story, but to share it to raise money for animal shelters in central Michigan and beyond.