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Giving Trees For Animals In Need

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This time of year you see giving trees everywhere that ensure everyone has a present to open on Christmas, but did you know there are also giving trees just for animals in need?

In Kalispell, these pet trees are at the mall, Cold Stone Creamery, and the Alpine Animal Hospital.

The ornaments ask for cleaning supplies and treats, stuff that helps out the Humane Society of Northwest Montana for up to six months into the new year, according to the executive director, Lori Heatherington.

She says they have been putting up the trees for at least seven years.

"We think that it grows every year because no gift is too small and any gift from the heart is very appreciated," said Heatherington.

Most of the trees will stay up until the day after Christmas.

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