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While the snow and cold temperatures can be an inconvenience for Hardin County residents, it can be much more than uncomfortable for pets left to spend too much time outdoors.
The number of calls to Hardin County Animal Control regarding animals left in the cold has increased in the past month as temperatures have stayed low and snow has blanketed the county. Each winter, Animal Control confiscates animals they’ve found left in the cold without adequate shelter, Director Jerry Foley said.
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