Not so long ago taxpayers were promised safter urban streets if only we built a new shelter AND forgave white ladies MILLIONS in debt to take over KCMO doggie care. 

In a move that was mostly ignored by MSM and locals . . . Quite a few denizens of the current council voted to approve KC Pet Project animal control carte blanche . . . Sadly, the result has been more strays and worsening animal control service. Kansas City is simply too big for the "no-kill" policy to work.

Even worse . . . A recent attack reveals more than a bit of danger to local workers that hasn't been solved by giving into the outcry of animal rights activists . . . Check-it . . .

A volunteer with the city-wide cleanup tells us a Parks and Rec employee was mauled by two dogs and is facing serious injuries. The attack happened on Sunday morning near Gladstone and Brighton. The dogs live just a block away on Saida and Denver.

KC Pet Project is investigating the incident . . . Multiple people were bitten by this duo of dogs.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com links . . .

Kansas City parks and recreation employee mauled by two dogs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - Over the weekend, a community cleanup turned scary, quickly. Two dogs were on the loose and attacked multiple people including a city worker. "It's a very scary situation to go through. You're out just trying to help to clean up a park, it's incredibly alarming," says Tori Fugate, KC Pet Project Chief Communications officer.

Loose dogs attack three on Sunday, sending one to the hospital

Area-wide community clean ups are typically positive events. Volunteers team up with City workers to tackle specific areas of the city and make the community a cleaner, nice place to live.