Deadly county animal shelter joins partnership to reduce euthanizations

A new partnership with a no-kill animal rescue network can help Gloucester County lessen the number of animals that are euthanized in its shelter each year, and help get more animals adopted, officials say.

The county announced this week that it would partner with Best Friends Animal Society, which has about 60 affiliated rescue organizations in the state. The group will help the animal shelter connect with rescue agencies with the goal of finding a home for as many animals as possible.

Freeholder Dan Christy, whose role includes overseeing the shelter, said the partnership will also …read more

Source: NJ.com Gloucester

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