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Freightliner dealer donates truck to animal cause

Jason Cannon November 18, 2013

truck_outsideFreightliner of Harrisburg has donated a truck to the Central Pennsylvania Animal Alliance, which the agency says will be used  for spaying and neutering feral cats and for vaccine and microchip clinics.

The truck with box configuration was dedicated Saturday morning following the agency’s annual ”Pancake Bark-fast”.

The Central Pennsylvania Animal Alliance (CPAA) is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that consists of an alliance of local animal rescue organization partners, working together to save the lives of dogs and cats through extensivespay/neuter programs, adoptions and fostering, and public outreach and education.

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