Shelters benefit from Scarlet's Way "A Dog's World!" donation drive

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  • Kayla Scarane, right, owner of Scarlet's Way with Goshen Humane Society volunteer Vaia Mcginnity and Trixie, a sweet and playful 2 to 3-year-old mix breed who is available for adoption.

  • Director of Pets Alive in Middletown, Dottsie Perez, who is seated with Lollipop, an adorable and friendly 6-year-old mix breed, welcomes the donations from Kayla Scarane, right, owner of Scarlet's Way.

— Scarlet's Way "A Dog's World!" held its second annual donation drive throughout the holiday season. Owner Kayla Scarane states,

"We wanted to say a huge thank you to all of our customers who donated items for our donation drive," said owner Kayla Scarane. "Without their generosity, we would not be able to benefit two local rescues/shelters, Pets Alive and Goshen Humane Society, Inc."

The Goshen Humane Society, Inc is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization located in Goshen. It is a small shelter equipped to care for dogs and cats but no exotic or wild animals. Their mission, as stated on their Web site, is to work for the humane treatment of animals, to shelter these animals until loving and caring homes can be found, to educate the community about responsible pet ownership and the importance of spay/neuter.

Pets Alive is a non-kill animal rescue located in Middletown. Their animals at the sanctuary range from dogs and cats to farm animals and many others. A

For additional information about the Goshen Humane Society, call 845-294-3984 or visit their

For more about Pets Alive, call 845-386-9738 or visit

Scarlet's Way "A Dog's World!" is located at 62 Wood Road, Sugar Loaf. For more information, call 856-610-5055.

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