Paducah police officers hold donation drive to help animals

Paducah police were able to collect over 1,600 pounds of cat and dog food at a donation drive over the weekend.

On Saturday, officers held Paws for a Cause at PetSmart.

At the event, officers were donated 1,625 pounds of dry dog and cat food, 120 cans of food, 25 boxes/bags of treats, two pet beds, four blankets, one metal dog fence, and numerous cleaning supplies.

The donated items will go to local animal shelters.

Officers say they are very thankful for everyone who donated.

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