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By CINDY SIMPSON
Roane County pet owners suffering financially will soon have a little help.
Second Chance K-9 Rescue members have decided to start a food pantry for pet food and are now collecting donations.
Ann Baker and her daughter, Madison, came up with the idea.
“A lot of people, on account of the economy ... have had to surrender their pet. We want to do something to keep them out of the shelter,” Baker said.
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