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Purrsday will be extra special when you bring home that purr-fect furry friend. We're open today 3 to 7 p.m.
Meet Our Staff: Megan McCoyVeterinary Assistant Megan McCoy has served the animals of the Humane Society of Allen County for five (5) years. In fact, she celebrated her anniversary during the Wine & Whiskers event at The Met in November.
Megan has four (4) cats and one (1) dog at home plus a rabbitt. All of her “at home” fur-kids are shelter alumni and have their own unique quirks. Her staff of “office creepers” keeping her company in the clinic currently includes Howie a long haired one-eyed cat, Flash the Russian tortoise and Bandit Jack a rather goofy dog with an interesting skin condition. Various other animals in need of special care (including a blind from birth kitten) are under her watchful eye in the clinic as well. .
Megan began her career with the HSOAC as an animal care technician but after the first year found herself doing much, much more. As the Veterinary Assistant Megan works with our volunteer Veterinarians to care for the animals in the shelter.
Megan is currently studying to become a Veterinary Technician – think nurse but for animals – and will be taking her exams in March 2014.