By LucyAnne K.

The Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library is partnering with Evansville Animal Care & Control in our next Seasons of Sharing.

April 10-16 is National Animal Care and Control Appreciation Week. This week of appreciation is designed to give recognition to the hard-working men and women of Animal Care and Control who risk their lives and devote huge amounts of personal time and resources, while they serve the public like other public safety and law enforcement agencies empowered with the same duties.

Through April 30, Seasons of Sharing will be accepting donations for Evansville’s Animal Care & Control, which “is dedicated to promoting citizen and pet safety, promotion of responsible pet ownership, and the reduction of animal overpopulation.”

Items needed

Items needed for the drive include puppy pads, dog treats, cat and dog food, and other items specified on their Amazon Wish List.

About Evansville Animal Care & Control

  • Animals brought in during 2021: 3,294
    • Includes: Dogs, cats, rabbits, chickens, pot-bellied pigs, hamsters, guinea pigs, reptiles, snakes, birds, and more.
  • Run requests 2021: 8,171
LucyAnne K.
Experience Facilitator

LucyAnne K.

LucyAnne likes books, history, and British crime dramas.

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