By CBS3 Staff

MEHOOPANY, Pa. (CBS) — A Pennsylvania nonprofit organization is dealing with the same USPS woes that many Americans are — delays. Their year-end mailers soliciting donations have not yet been delivered.

These animals who reside at Indraloka Animal Sanctuary depend on donations to fund their food, shelter and medical care.

The shelter’s owner says because of the mail delays, they’re coming up short.

The sanctuary in Dalton saves Farm Animals from dire situations and gives them a safe place to live out their lives.

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