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MN girl writes letter to Humane Society apologizing for not being able to donate

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A Minnesota girl wrote a heartwarming letter to the Animal Humane Society in Golden Valley, apologizing for not being able to donate.

The Animal Humane Society posted a photo of the letter on its Facebook page Monday, saying the organization is "touched" by her generosity.

In the letter, Jenna asked that the Animal Humane Society not take it personally that she didn't donate, saying she "doesn't have much cash" right now.

She said she feels "so, so bad" and she "loves animals and they need [our] help." She goes on to write she is "crying inside right now so this is very hard for me."

What may be even more touching than Jenna's letter is all the comments on the Facebook post, where people say they will donate in her name so the animals won't miss her support.

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