HOPE open by appointment only


March 19, 2020

Tom LaVenture/Daily Globe

Randy Kirchhoff, director of H.O.P.E. Animal Shelter in Ironwood, holds one of the newest residents on Wednesday. Banjo, a 2-year-old neutered male Tabby shorthair cat was found stray recently in Ironwood.


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IRONWOOD - H.O.P.E. Animal Shelter in Ironwood is limiting access to the facility to protect against the spread of the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19.

The safety of staff, volunteers and supporters is of primary importance during these potentially stressful times, according to the announcement. Until further notice the shelter is limiting all non-urgent functions but will remain open to the public for animal reclaims, SNAP vouchers and pre-approved adoptions and surrenders.

"If one of us gets sick or all of us or whatever then who's goin...

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