Girls raise money for South Coast pet oxygen masks

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FAIRHAVEN, Mass. (WJAR) — Two young girls are being praised by local fire departments for the efforts they made to help save pets' lives. Charlotte Roy and Kamiree Henicke, both 10, raised $527 at South Coast Lemonade Day selling lemonade, bath bombs and other items.

"When they discovered that over 40,000 pets die from smoke inhalation a year, they decided to do something about it," Henicke's mother, Tanya Cavalcanti, said. "The Fairhaven firefighters came out and had just used a mask on a cat the week prior. They hope to fill all the South Coast firetrucks and EMS trucks with masks." 

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