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Shelby County animal rescue officials say their facilities are the first in Kentucky to be totally "no kill."
The county will complete one year of required no-kill performance on Wednesday, having put down only eight feral cats, sick animals and aggressive dogs and achieving a 90 percent adoption.
A facility must not euthanize more than 10 percent of the animals it collects to qualify as "no kill."
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