Indy Humane Society sends truckload of supplies to help animals displaced by Gatlinburg wildfires

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A central Indiana shelter is working hard to help care for the animals displaced by the wildfires near Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

The Humane Society of Indianapolis spent Tuesday morning filling a truck with supplies for the Sevier County Humane Society, the animal shelter caring for the critters in need of help.

The truck was filled with approximately 12 pallets of dog and cat food, cat litter, crates and other assorted pet supplies.

Two of the shelter’s staff members began their trip down to The Volunteer State Tuesday.

It seems the Indianapolis shelter is in the giving mood this holiday season. It recently waived all adoption fees on Thanksgiving weekend, which caused every animal to be adopted.