Students volunteer at Sandy-damaged Rescue Ink in Long Beach

Two cats play at Rescue Ink.

Two cats play at Rescue Ink. (4/11/13)

LONG BEACH - Long Beach students spent the day helping out at the Sandy-damaged Rescue Ink animal shelter.

Since the storm hit, Rescue Ink has been keeping its supplies in a trailer. Today, Long Beach High School students helped move supplies back into the new building for the first time. 

Students and teachers also collected money to donate to the shelter.

Rescue Ink is still in need of additional funds.

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