Brother Wolf McDowell County Chapter has a new website. Animals available for adoption will now be found by visiting If you are interested in applying to adopt any of the animals, applications can still be found at the “Adopt” page on the website. As of Monday, Brother Wolf McDowell County Chapter announced they were transitioning into a new, independent rescue. The organization will soon close their thrift store on Main Street, but are still accepting donations of animal-themed items, gently-used pet supplies (including food, litter, collars, leashes, dewormer, crates, etc.) or unique items of value. Currently, everything in the store is 75% off while supplies last.

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