City of Sacramento Front Street Animal Shelter
Front Street Animal Hospital admits it hasn’t communicated clearly with pet owners in the past, and the numbers tell the story. Only 15 percent of dogs are licensed, and three percent of cats.
A Sacramento animal shelter is defending its actions after being accused of violating the law by adopting some animals out before they’ve been spayed or neutered.
The pit bull mix is resting at the Front Street Animal Shelter with wounds to her head and face after a good Samaritan picked her up off the street.
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Workers say the number of strays brought to the Sacramento facility has doubled in the past six years, going from hundreds a year to more than they can handle.
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It’s giving shelter dogs a break from the cage and a better chance of finding a forever home.