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Animal Protective League's Deana Corbin | Community Voices

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Deana Corbin

Deana Corbin, executive director of the Animal Protective League (APL), joins Bea Bonner to discuss how to help animals in the area find a home. The Animal Protective League is a non-profit 501C(3) organization dedicated to caring for ill, injured and abused homeless animals and coordinating the adoption of those animals by responsible pet owners. It further is commited to ending companion animal overpopulation by offering high-quality, low-cost spay/neuter services.

Originally aired May 4, 2021.

Deana Corbin is a graphic designer, nonprofit leader and graduate of Illinois State University.

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Beatrice is the Community Voices Editor for NPR Illinois. Reach Bea at communityvoices@nprillinois.org.
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