Monday, April 15, 2019

More Deets On Local Dog Shelter Crisis

Whilst the upcoming Kansas City animal shelter remains in financial crisis . . . Here's more news of Jackson County confronting a horrific loss of it's animal project. Checkit:

With Great Plains SPCA's sudden departure, what will happen to the second-largest animal shelter in the metro?

Zach Bauman Hopes were high when the new animal shelter opened at the rural edge of Independence in 2013. The shelter, built through an agreement between Jackson County and the City of Independence, seemed to be the answer to the area's stray animal problem.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

What will happen--- Cujo!

Anonymous said...

Geez, the executives (2) at Great Plains only made (shared) $170,000.oo per year, cannot imagine what the trouble is?

Anonymous said...

^^you jealour bruh? Don't hate the plays, hate the game. Go make something of your failed life instead of hating on those who have. Savvy chump?