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Coats Veterinary Hospital recently donated a universal microchip scanner to the Nash County Animal Shelter. The veterinary hospital raffled off a cat and dog basket to raise money to buy the scanner, which cost around $350. Kennel Manager Shanna Floyd said she found out the animal shelter had an outdated scanner that would not scan all types of microchips so she decided to hold the fundraiser. Floyd said the shelter is very supportive of rescue organizations and she is also an animal rescuer herself. “It’s something very near and dear to my heart,” Floyd said. Floyd said if it wasn’t for Coats’ customers, the scanner would not have been donated. “We’re very grateful for our clients,” Floyd said. Pictured above (L-R) is: Kathy Lewis, Coats Groomer, Nash County Animal Shelter Manager Scarlett Langley, Shanna Floyd, Coats Kennel Manager and Chelsey Miller, Coats Kennel Staff. (Graphic photo by Amanda Clark)

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