Living Love Angel Tree program for pets in need –

Help a furry friend in need by participating in Living Love Animal Rescue’s Angel Tree for Pets program this holiday season. Trees are set up at Pet Supplies Plus, 2201 U.S. 281 North, and Tractor Supply Co., 1507 U.S. 281 North, both in Marble Falls. 

Until Christmas Eve, animal lovers can purchase items listed on the backs of Angel Tree ornaments from each participating business. Items such as pet food, cat litter, chew toys, and other necessities will be donated to the animal featured on each ornament. 

Program ornaments were crafted by art students at Marble Falls High School and children at the Boys & Girls Club of the Highland Lakes-Marble Falls unit. 

Additionally, a donation tree covering costs for veterinary care is set up at Highland Lakes Veterinary Clinic, 1110 RR 1431 West in Marble Falls. Monetary donations will be accepted at the clinic until Jan. 1. 

Living Love Animal Rescue is a no-kill animal shelter located just west of Marble Falls. The organization is dedicated to finding homes for abused, abandoned, and homeless animals in the Highland Lakes.

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