Canyon County Animal Shelter wins second place in Rachael Ray ASPCA challenge
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The Canyon County Animal Shelter has won second place in the Rachael Ray $100,000 ASPCA challenge.
Today's 6 helped the shelter create a video "thank you" for Rachael Ray on Thursday.
"Obviously we've been working to get animals adopted and the public has been fantastic coming and adopting we adopted out more than 22-hundred animals in three months," said Rena McKean with the shelter.
ASPCA announced Friday morning they had arrived in Caldwell to take part in a "very important AND HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL announcement related to the 2012 ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge."
"In August, September and October, the shelter adopted or reunited 2,082 pets, an increase of 1,347 lives saved over the same period last year," said the ASPCA.
The shelter with the biggest increase in adopted animals gets $100,000, second place gets $50,000.
Fifty shelters are taking part in 24 states.