McCarthy Subaru of Lawrence Donates an Outstanding Outback to the Lawrence Humane Society
Lawrence, KS — October 30th, 2019 — Thanks to the good folks at McCarthy Subaru of Lawrence, the Lawrence Humane Society has a new tool in its arsenal to help care for lost, abandoned and abused animals.
On Tuesday, October 29th, McCarthy Subaru of Lawrence donated a like-new Subaru Outback with only 25,000 miles to the Lawrence Humane Society.
“McCarthy Subaru of Lawrence and McCarthy Nissan of Lawrence are excited to expand our partnership with the Lawrence Humane Society, with the donation of the Subaru Outback,” said Karl Kramer, Communications Director for the McCarthy Auto Group. “We know this will enhance the organization’s ability to serve the community to a greater level for many years to come.”
The shelter will use the Outback to pick up stray animals, transport pets, perform humane investigations and so much more. According to Lawrence Humane Society Interim Executive Director, Kirk Putman, the new Paw-mobile is of critical importance to the shelter.
“The work we do — providing pets with second chances at homes, health and happiness — doesn’t stop at the exit door of the shelter,” Putman said. “We need to be out in the community in order to make the biggest impact for the animals of northeast Kansas. We are so excited to get this Outback on the road and put it to work changing and saving the lives of pets in our community.”
The Subaru Outback offers the shelter reliable and safe transportation and is durable enough to withstand the beating a car takes when consistently carrying large-breed dogs.
“We can’t thank our friends at McCarthy Auto Group enough,” Putman said. “They’ve really gone above and beyond and I hope they know how many animals they helped today.”
Meanwhile, McCarthy Auto Group is committed to expanding its partnership with the Lawrence Humane Society and making a difference for the Lawrence community.
“McCarthy Auto Group enjoys supporting the communities we serve, especially in a grass roots level, as that is where we see the best return for who we choose to support,” Kramer said.