Because our hipster friends value part-time jobs for white ladies over public safety . . . The wild dog situation in the urban core has worsened.
Here's a peek at the decline of local data and public safety reporting from an institution that enjoyed a "white hat" public/private takeover which cost KCMO taxpayers MILLIONS given unfulfilled promises to pay for this effort with private donations that never materialized . . .
Before KC Pet Project took over animal control for the city, instances like this appeared on the 311 map. But since then, they no longer appear. KC Pet Project spokesperson Tori Fugate said they're working on their own system like 311 to show reports of dog attacks, but it will take time to get it up and running.
Fugate said dog owners need to make sure their pets are on their property, and if not, they have to be on a leash the second they step onto a city street.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - If your dog is attacked in Kansas City, do you know what to do? One Northeast Kansas City family is figuring that out after an off-leash dog bit their dog last week. Owner Luke Hutmacher said his dog Skye is going to be OK.