Worker to Lock Self in Animal Shelter Again

Fearing that the Madison County Humane Society might run out of money soon, adoption coordinator Rhonda Estes is once again planning to lock herself inside the shelter.

Estes took up residence in the no-kill shelter last year in an attempt to raise funds for the organization after it was defrauded of $65,000 by its former treasurer. She managed to raise $23,000 by locking herself in with the homeless cats and dogs for 30 days, but the funds quickly dried up and the shelter is once again on the brink of failure.

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The Creek Cats
10 years ago

Sure hope the funds are raised for this shelter again!!!

Lisa
10 years ago

OK, as a bean counter myself, I’m incensed!! On behalf of non-profit Treasurers everywhere (the non-filtching breed, that is), I must go on over and help make this right.

Thanks for the heads up, Brian!