It’s been a busy winter for the AuSable Valley Animal Shelter, located in a small town in Northern Michigan. Grayling and Crawford County has a total of 14,000 residents, and is an economically challenged area. The shelter is really struggling to pay their bills. They are a non-profit, no-kill shelter, and not county-funded. Through aggressive spay and neuter programs, they have reduced the number of homeless animals in their community by approximately two thirds in the last fifteen years. However, they still care for a large number of animals, most of which need vet care. They are reaching out to animal lovers in the hopes that you will find it in your hearts to help them continue their good works. Click here to donate.