It’s only March, but 2022 has already proven to be an extremely busy year for the .
Everything changed completely for volunteers at the nonprofit in January when they took in over 160 dogs at once from a home in East Bay Township.
This proved to be one of the single largest animal seizures in Grand Traverse County Animal Control history. Nearly two months later and the neglected dogs are finally finding their forever homes.
This month, we’re talking with Cherryland Humane Society Animal Welfare Manager Tia Barbera and Communications and Marketing Manager Naomi Washburn.