YAKIMA, Wash.-- There are only a couple of hours left to vote in the ASPCA's $100K Challenge.
The Humane Society of Central Washington slipped to second place Tuesday night, but is still close to finishing ahead.
They say if they win the $25,000 prize, the money will go towards spay and neuter services throughout Yakima County.
"It's just been amazingly surprising, wonderful that people will come out for something like this to support the cats and dogs that we serve every day," Erica Seaver-Engel with the Humane Society said.
It's really easy to vote for them too. Just click on the News Links tab to learn how. Voting ends at 9pm, Wednesday.
Friday, December 6 2013 8:09 PM EST2013-12-07 01:09:02 GMT
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