A Tennessee animal shelter will donate plasma to plasma donation drive

The Tennessee Animal Shelter will donate 1,000 liters of plasma to a local charity that supports animal shelters and is helping them to get back on track.

The shelter announced the donation on its Facebook page Monday, saying that it’s the first time that the Tennessee Animal Shelters has donated plasma.

The Tennessee Shelter for Animals has been a partner of the Memphis Animal Shelter, which also operates out of the same building.

The Memphis Animal Shelts is also a partner with the Memphis Health Care System, which is the largest provider of animal services in the city.

The Tennessee Animal Rescue Coalition said it has donated 1,300 liters over the past few years, which the shelter plans to use to help support local animal shelters.