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PAWS of Jackson Hole has set up a COVID Pet Fund to help keep pets with their humans by chipping in on pet-related bills that may be creeping up.

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Aquellos que necesitan apoyo financiero para sus mascotas tienen un nuevo recurso que puede aprovechar.

PAWS de Jackson Hole estableció un Fondo para mascotas COVID para ayudar a mantener a las mascotas con sus seres humanos mediante el pago de facturas relacionadas con mascotas.

Los dueños en Jackson, Star Valley y Teton Valley, Idaho, son elegibles para solicitar asistencia, que incluye recursos como comida para mascotas o cupones de cirugía, ayuda financiera con facturas veterinarias o costos de albergue de emergencia.

Desde el viernes, el fondo había ayudado 200 mascotas con más de $19,000. Aplique en TinyURL.com/pawscovidpetfund. Done en PAWSofJH.org.

(2) comments

Linda Rutford

Why is this in Spanish? This is America.

Engage Staff
Audience Engagement

Thank you for your question, Linda. Jackson Hole's business community relies on employees who come from not only all over the U.S., but all over the world, some of whom speak English as a second language. During a global health pandemic, we are pleased to be able to provide important public health information translated for one of those segments of our community -- friends, neighbors, business members – in one of the other first languages.

If you were looking for the same information in English, we've got you covered. The same article -- and a great deal more information -- can be found in English here. https://www.jhnewsandguide.com/news/health/coronavirus/

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