Pope County Humane Society fulfilling its role of compassion in the community
When Charlie came into the Pope County Humane Society, he was in rough shape. Jen Molnau, PCHS manager, said his thick, white fur was so covered in burs, mats and his own feces that when staff were attempting to groom him and noticed his tail bleeding, they had no idea of the extent of the damage. The only indication staff had that something could be seriously wrong is that Charlie, normally even tempered, calm and friendly, would turn and growl at his tail. read entire story. . . .