An Ohio animal lover is trying to care for all the strays in need in his county, WDTN reports.
Because Shelby County did not have the funding to run a Humane Society, Mike Lescowitch opened his home to animals and a volunteer team that cares for them. Lescowitch has hosted up to 44 animals at a time.
Though his house is now officially the Shelby County Humane Society, all the funding for the operation comes from donations and Lescowitch also maintains a separate full-time job in addition to caring for the animals, explained WDTN.
"There are days that I wake up and say, "Oh, God, I'm not going to do this anymore,"" said Lescowitch. "Then I get out of bed and take the first call that shows up. We do what we love. Why we do it? We're crazy."
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