Even with her shiv made out of a dog bone and her gun fashioned from dried-out catnip, the director of the Jones County Animal Control will not be leaving her steel confines for 48 hours (that’s 336 hours in dog years).
Beginning at 5 p.m. Friday, just north of Gray at 395 Eatonton Highway, Giddens will be impounded until Sunday at 5 p.m., only getting temporary pardons long enough to use the litter box. Then it’s back to standing, pacing, and howling at the moon in her cage as she hopes to raise concerns and money for the condition of homeless animals in Jones County.
There are three ways: donate, finance, adopt.
This weekend everyone is invited to come to the shelter for an open house to try to make Giddens speak, sit up or roll over. She will do most anything to help these animals, except play dead. She is full of life and excited about all the opportunities that can increase the chance of pets finding a forever home.
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