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Colorful community mural from CCARE, Kansas
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Installed in 2021. Pictured are five of the 1000 dogs that have been through CCARE's doors in the last five years.

Left to Right:
CAPTAIN, an American Bull dog, big boy, big personality, a favorite of several volunteers.
CASTLE, older dog, owner surrender, lived at CCARE for almost one full year before finding a home.
GUMBO, fun loving, goofball, loved attention from the volunteers and playing in the wading pools.
BIGGIE, (on bottom) another favorite, loved to play and pose for photos.
JOSIE, a Staffordshire mix, favorite among CCARE volunteers, very photogenic, also found on our long sleeve t-shirts and 2022 calendar.

Clay County Animal Rescue & Education Center (CCARE) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3), volunteer driven organization dedicated to rescuing, caring for and adopting out homeless dogs into loving and responsible forever homes. We educate the public on respect for all animal life, including the importance of feral animals being spayed or neutered in order to reduce their numbers in our communities. Our organization goes beyond the confines of shelter walls to build an extensive network of knowledgeable, experienced, talented and caring individuals who share these common goals.

Mural Address
Clay County Animal Rescue & Education Center, Inc., 109 South 4th Street, Clay Center, KS, USA
Artist(s)
Whitney Kerr III, Ryan Estel, Jeremy Bena

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