Mars Petcare gives Aurora Adopt-A-Pet a helping hand

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Volunteers help with Aurora shelter maintenance

  • Carlin Engert helps to redistribute the gravel in the outside dog pins under the watchful eye of one of the canine residents. News-Register/Jeni Moellenberndt
    Carlin Engert helps to redistribute the gravel in the outside dog pins under the watchful eye of one of the canine residents. News-Register/Jeni Moellenberndt
  • Volunteers from Mars Petcare include front from left: Kirk Hoeffner and Carlin Engert. Back row from left: Dusty Neville, Teresa White, Cody Ratkovec, Cody Buhrman and Leanna Smith. News-Register/Jeni Moellenberndt
    Volunteers from Mars Petcare include front from left: Kirk Hoeffner and Carlin Engert. Back row from left: Dusty Neville, Teresa White, Cody Ratkovec, Cody Buhrman and Leanna Smith. News-Register/Jeni Moellenberndt
A group of volunteers from Mars Petcare worked under the scrutinizing looks and constant yelling of the toughest bosses out there -- kittens. The team was out at Aurora Adopt-A-Pet Aug. 26 to lend a helping hand on the to-do list of projects and general maintenance that needed to be done. The leader of the volunteer group was Mars employee Teresa White. She explained that this is around the…

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