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Last updated on Monday, December 7, 2009
(ANDERSON, IN) - An Anderson woman is once again planning to lock herself inside the Madison County Humane Society.
Rhonda Estes is the facility's adoption coordinator.
She took up residence in the no-kill shelter last year and raised $23,000 dollars for the organization.
However, the shelter is once again on the brink of failure because of the weakened economy.
The Madison County Humane Society is supported entirely by donations from the community.
The shelter currently houses 136 homeless pets.
In hopes of raising $10,000 dollars to keep the humane society afloat, Estes will lock herself in the shelter starting Monday and will not leave the facility until January 5.
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