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Grand Strand Humane Society accepts blanket donations

The Grand Strand Humane Society's logo (Source: Facebook page) The Grand Strand Humane Society's logo (Source: Facebook page)

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – The Grand Strand Humane Society is now accepting blankets and towels for animals at the facility during normal business hours, according to Myrtle Beach City Government’s Facebook post.

With the recent cooler temperatures, the animals are in need of warm blankets and towels to keep them cozy on chilly nights, the post states.

For more information regarding donations, call 843-918-4910.

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