If you’re looking for the Antrim County Pet and Animal Watch, better known as AC PAW, you can find them in many places, such as the home of treasurer Gail Maison, who houses upwards of 9 cats at a time, and also uses her barn as the main storage area. “Pardon the mess,” Maison said as she walked through her barn, filled to the ceiling with pet supplies. “We’re overflowing, and that’s why we need a building so badly.”
Another AC PAW location is Petsmart in Traverse City, where volunteers run the adoption center.
“Were spread over I don’t know how many buildings,” said volunteer Jan Ross, as she stood in front of the small adoption center inside of Petsmart. “You know stuff here, stuff there, there’s really not very much room for stuff here.”
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