Film Captures Story of How Montclair Cared For Animals After Shelter Fire

BY  |  Wednesday, Dec 14, 2016 1:00pm  |  COMMENTS (2)

One of the biggest stories in Montclair this year was the fire at the Montclair Animal Shelter.

So many people were involved in helping that day and in the days after. The Montclair Film Festival’s education department worked with nine high school students to produce this fundraising film for The Friends of the Montclair Animal Shelter to help rebuild the animal shelter after the devastating fire in April 2016. The film highlights the work of shelter volunteers as well as the Cameron Animal Hospital.

2 Comments

  1. POSTED BY dogpersone  |  December 14, 2016 @ 5:02 pm

    But yet the powers that be in town will not commit to keeping the shelter in Montclair.

  2. POSTED BY mmmm  |  December 15, 2016 @ 7:59 am

    Through the ups and downs of one cat and two dogs, Dr Cameron has been a comforting presence.

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