Sheriff Eric J. Levett and members of the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office recently delivered 11 bags of dog food to Rockdale County Animal Control. The Snellville Wal-Mart (Store #3389) donated bags of dog food to the RCSO so they could give back to the community. The food delivered to Animal Control will help feed animals that are housed in the shelter.
“The Snellville Wal-Mart has always been a great supporter of not only the RCSO, but also the entire community,” said Sheriff Eric J. Levett. “When I received the phone call about the donation of the dog food, I knew it would be a great benefit to Animal Control. Animal Control and the Sheriff’s Office often respond to calls together, and it is always great when we can partner and support each other to the benefit of Rockdale County.”
“Summer is always one of RCACC’s busiest times for picking up stray animals, and as you can imagine, there is a need for cat and dog food to feed these strays,” said RCACC Shelter Manager Ciji Baker. “We sincerely appreciate any food donated to meet the needs required to feed them. This dog food being donated to us by our own Sheriff’s Office is evidence of a wonderful working relationship with our local Sheriff. It is a great thing when the community comes together to serve the needs of our homeless animals.”