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NC Shelter Kills 99 Percent of Animals, Records Show :: WRAL.Com

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TROY, N.C. For dogs and cats that end up at the Montgomery County Animal Shelter, the journey is like being sent to death row. The shelter, which has the highest kill rate in the state, euthanized nearly 1,200 animals -100% of cats and 98% of dogs last yr

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MmAway M. (491)
Friday November 16, 2012, 4:58 pm
No fit words!

Nayra Padilha (10)
Friday November 16, 2012, 5:06 pm
It's really sad

Pat B. (357)
Friday November 16, 2012, 5:10 pm
Ditto on the above comments, I agree.!! So very sad.!! Thanks, Diane for letting us know.

irene davis (74)
Friday November 16, 2012, 9:23 pm
what a sick state!

Diane v. (155)
Saturday November 17, 2012, 9:55 pm
This is for NC but you can find for all states in US.

Find out how many animals were euthanized in your NC county last year

They only adopted out 12 dogs and NO other animals. What I don't understand is how can they have ALMOST $100,000 in operating costs FOR THE year 2011 - take in 729 DOGS / 470 CATS and kill 717 DOGS / 470 CATS.
Don't you think that someone could save that many animals for $100,000?? I sure do. There are shelters who take in many more animals that do much better.
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