Contest for new animal shelter logo runs through end of year

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Livingston County’s Animal Shelter is looking to tap into our community’s creative talent for a new look through a logo design contest. With its current logo being a creation from the ’70s, the shelter is looking for a modern design that will help bring awareness to the services they provide for our local animals.

“We want our new logo to quickly identify the shelter, show our values for compassionate care, respect, awareness, integrity, and advocacy,” said Christy Peterson, the shelter’s director. “Be creative and have fun! This is our community Animal Shelter, let’s embrace it.”

The contest, which begins today, is open for residents of all ages. The winning logo will be featured on the Shelter’s website, uniforms, documents, advertising, and more. Residents can submit their designs via email to Submissions will close at the end of the day on Dec. 31, 2021. After reviewing all entries, the Animal Shelter will narrow down the entries to a handful of logos. Residents will then be able to vote for their favorite design on the shelter’s Facebook page. More information about the final logo designs will be available in January 2022.

The shelter plays a vital role in keeping our pets and community safe, educating the public and providing much needed resources for areas dealing with pet over-populations. Each year, the shelter provides shelter and veterinary care for approximately 2,200 stray, unwanted, abandoned, neglected, and injured animals.

In a perfect world, there wouldn’t be a need for animal shelters, but until that time, our local shelter needs your support to save, shelter, reunite, adopt, and improve the health of all the animals that cross through their door. Residents can get involved by volunteering, fostering, adopting, and donating to help offset medical expenses and provide lifesaving services through the Friends of the Livingston County Animal Shelter.

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