The Honor Sanctuary Animal Rescue Organization is hoping to raise funds for helping animals in need through its new thrift store.
The East County-based organization opened The Paws Attic Thrift Shoppe at 3518 53rd Ave. W., Bradenton, during a grand opening celebration Nov. 14.
The store will be open Tuesday through Saturday and offer items such as clothes, house wares, knick knacks, paintings, jewelry, furniture and more.
Honor Sanctuary is seeking donations for the new store and donations of food and other items for animals under its care, as well as volunteers.
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