A puppy stands in his pen at the Cleveland (Tenn.) Animal Control Division's shelter Thursday. A fund usually used to supplement adoption costs for the Cleveland Animal Control Division has been slashed, causing a backlash as fees have doubled. Also, a local group has begun to advocate to make the local shelter a "no kill" shelter by 2017.
A puppy stands in his pen at the Cleveland (Tenn.) Animal Control Division's shelter Thursday. A fund usually used to supplement adoption costs for the Cleveland Animal Control Division has been slashed, causing a backlash as fees have doubled. Also, a local group has begun to advocate to make the local shelter a "no kill" shelter by 2017.
Photo by Jake Daniels .
published Tuesday, July 24th, 2012
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