CASS COUNTY, Ind. — A woman’s love for animals lives on at the Cass Co. Humane Society.
Before she died, Shirley Hines told her family that she wished to leave half of her estate — more than $500,000 — to the humane society.
The money was released to the group last year, after Shirley’s husband, Wayne, passed away, according to the Pharos-Tribune newspaper.
Lisa Clark, executive director of the humane society, told the Pharos-Tribune the money is going toward a spay-and-neuter program for cats and dogs at the shelter.
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