Rescue groups credited with finding animals new homes
By Calen McKinney
Thursday, August 15, 2013 at 9:40 am
Since formal rescue procedures have been adopted, no animals at the Taylor County Animal Shelter have been euthanized for overcrowding.
As such, officials say they believe the procedures are working and have been deemed the proper way for rescue groups to remove animals from the shelter.
Taylor County Fiscal Court's New Projects and Special Services Committee, which oversees operation of the shelter, met on Monday to discuss the status of rescue groups working with the shelter to ensure all dogs and cats there get new homes.
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