LOUISVILLE, Colo. (KDVR) — Pets that were unaccounted for after the Marshall Fire got their time in the spotlight Saturday during a benefit concert in Louisville.
The concert was a community effort as the area in front of the Steinbach Pavilion was filled with people supporting the cause.
A lot of funds have been directed toward families displaced, home rebuilds and other structural damage, but the emotional toll a lost pet takes lifted just a little bit during the benefit concert put on by Louisville Rising.
“One thing that you know, not enough people are talking about [are] the different traumas that people went through, and one of those is some lost friends,” said Caleb Dickinson, organizer of Louisville Rising.
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