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Groomer's Lifeline Rescue Non Profit Gets $400,000 Building

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  • Groomer's Lifeline Rescue Non Profit Gets $400,000 Building

    Lifeline Pet Rescue of North Alabama is looking to give stranded animals a place to call home. A generous donation is helping them achieve that goal.

    The owners of south Huntsville's former King Cotton have donated the building to the organization. The building was last estimated to be worth $400,000.

    The non-profit's founder Penny Webster has been in the pet grooming and boarding business for more than 20 years. But, recently her business has also served as a temporary home for abandoned animals.

    "A grooming customer has found something on the side of the road, their neighbor moved and left a cat. That's how we've gotten our last half a dozen," says Webster.

    The business is currently housing 26 foster animals. And with a growing number of dropped-off strays, Webster reached out to friends and community members for help, and with their help she formed the non-profit.

    "The need is so great. You just really can't restrict yourself these days. So we've kind of blossomed into who we are now," explains Webster...................
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