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Volunteers find holiday cheer at Humane Society in Vancouver on Christmas Day

Work of caring for homeless animals goes on 365 days of the year at Humane Society for Southwest Washington

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Volunteer Carl Utter keeps in step with shelter dog, Cowboy, while helping out at the Humane Society for Southwest Washington on Wednesday morning.
Volunteer Carl Utter keeps in step with shelter dog, Cowboy, while helping out at the Humane Society for Southwest Washington on Wednesday morning. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Work of caring for homeless animals goes on 365 days of the year at Humane Society

Soft meows and claws clicking on the floor, along with volunteers’ coos, will still be heard today in the halls of the Humane Society for Southwest Washington.

The animal shelter doesn’t stop its operations for the holidays, despite it being closed to the public.

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Columbian staff writer