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January 1, 2014 9:22 PM

Wayside Waifs looks to ‘rebrand’ for its 70th year

The animal welfare organization Wayside Waifs is entering its 70th year with a new president and a new message: It is more than just an animal shelter. The organization is not changing its name, but it wants to encourage people to recognize it as offering a “complete circle of care” for helpless animals, from adoption to behavioral assessment to the end of life.

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