An Avon Lake boy who continued his crusade of helping those with four legs in need, recently completed a trip to New Jersey to deliver supplies to animals in need after Superstorm Sandy passed through.
Cameron Hosier, who helped raise funds last year to buy started another drive in early November to collect supplies for New Jersey pets in need.
Cameron filled several large bins with canned food, leashes, bowls and toys, and and several very large bags of blankets and towels.
He expressed his thanks to all the people that dropped donations off, Avon Lake Police Chief David Owad for allowing a collection bin at the police station, to the officers for letting him know when they were full, the Avon Lake Fire Department for their donations, Dr. Haddad and the staff at Paws by the Lake and Rob Rotz for letting the Hosier family use his business for collections, Connie Field with Love a Stray for making a donation flyer, Lorie Wilber with Partners with Paws for letting him talk on the radio about his cause on 1380am. and 1320am as well as the businesses in Avon Lake that let him put up a flier.