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Friday, May 19, 2017

ANIMAL CARE SANCTUARY WORKERS LET GO ON THE SPOT WITHOUT WARNING

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ANIMAL CARE SANCTUARY WORKERS LET GO ON THE SPOT WITHOUT WARNING
FNN Article © 2017.

On Tuesday, May 17, 2017, Animal Care Sanctuary workers were simply "let go" in the middle of the day with no warning whatsoever.

Those at work were left in shock and confusion as they were told to hand over their keys and leave. Not only were the workers rustled out of the Wellsboro location, so where those visiting the facility. Even all the animals at the complex were quickly gathered up and were said to have been transported to the East Smithfield facility that same day.

It was stated to FNN that Executive director of Animal Care Sanctuary, Joan Smith-Reese just came in and told those working to hand in their keys and coldly announced the business was closing for renovations during the summer. The move was so quick that some workers were not even able to grab their personal belongings before they were rushed out the door, according to witinesses visiting ACS.

A sign outside ACS also carries the same message of renovation according to readers contacting FNN asking questions about the sudden closure. Many are questioning what is really going on at the complex. For there to be no prior notices and the very rapid unexplained actions that has left workers and customers wondering and worried about the animals that were gathered up and taken.

Presently FNN has only been able to confirm that ACS has closed its doors and a sign is up claiming that renovations are the reason for the closure of the Wellsboro location.

FNN has placed a call for more information about the renovation closure but was unable to reach anyone to talk to at the East Smithfield location. FNN will follow up on this article.

If you have a prior veterinary appointment set up at the Wellsboro ACS office for the summer you may want to make sure to call the East Smithfield office at (570) 596-2200 or (570) 724-3687 to see where your pet may need to go for your pet's appointment.

2 comments :

Anonymous said...

Not nice on many levels.

Anonymous said...

Possibly necessary on many levels.