Treasurer McCord Reunites Francisvale Home for Smaller Animals with Nearly $35,000 in Property During Visit to Nation’s Oldest No-kill Shelter

Treasurer McCord Reunites Francisvale Home for Smaller Animals with Nearly $35,000 in Property During Visit to Nation’s Oldest No-kill Shelter

Radnor, PA – October 12, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — The nation’s oldest “no-kill” shelter now has nearly $35,000 in additional resources to support routine and unexpected medical treatments for the animals in its care after State Treasurer Rob McCord today reunited the Francisvale Home for Smaller Animals with property that belonged to the organization, but had gone unclaimed for years.

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