The topic: Need for new animal shelter Our view: Public sector needs to step up
Sunday, May 15, 2011 at 5:30 am (Updated: May 15, 5:58 am)
WANTED: A large building that can house Hardin County’s growing stray animal population so there won’t be another 2,300 dogs and cats euthanized like last year. Also, some land around the building to let the animals run around and have some fun would be nice as well.
These are difficult times for the Hardin County Animal Control facility on Nicholas Street in Elizabethtown. The county’s continued growth is not without an increased pet population that needs help.
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