Smyth animal control credits rescues for drop in euthanasia rates – Southwest Virginia Today

Staff participants at Smyth County Animal Control desire every person a Happy New Year as well as welcome fostering of felines as well as pets offered at the sanctuary in Seven Mile Ford. Posturing with Chewy, a 4-year-old part-pit man, as well as Lance, a 6-month-old man coat kitty, are, from left, front: Linda Bridgeman, sanctuary supervisor, and also Lt. Kristy Moore; in back: Officer Chandler Dixon, Officer Jason Mash, Sgt. Jonathan Cantrell, as well as Chief Chris Bennett.

Source: https://swvatoday.com/article_91731278-6996-11ec-84e8-e332dfdbb8be.html

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