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Shelby County’s animal shelters are now touting themselves as the first in the state to earn the status of no-kill.
That means that at least 90 percent of the animals they take in are preserved, and that seems a lofty level of success, given that hundreds of homeless creatures are collected each year.
And many of you deserve to share in that accomplishment.
We know it’s cool to have a hot breed of dog purchased directly from a breeder, but isn’t there something more enduring in finding an animal that is in need of a home and giving it one?
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