Animal control officer, law enforcement should have been called to handle situation
By Phyllis McLaughlin
Thursday, November 4, 2010 at 11:24 am (Updated: November 4, 1:25 pm)
I love animals. They hold a huge spot in my heart, and I’ve worked with a group in Carroll County for nearly eight years that tries to find new homes for strays and unwanted or neglected animals there.
I have a soft heart that has resulted in the adoption of many stray animals during my adult life.
Now that you know this about me, imagine how I felt when I first heard a dog had been shot to death in one of our neighborhoods in Trimble County.
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