More dogs and cats with deadly diseases are ending up in shelters and foster care

ALEDO, TX – A local animal rescue organization in Tarrant County is sounding the alarm on what they are describing as a “community crisis.”

Administrators with Saving Hope Animal Rescue say the dog and cat overpopulation that shelters and rescues in North Texas are experiencing is leading to a never before seen amount of euthanasia.

Rising veterinary costs, a shortage of qualified veterinarians and increases in animal surrenders are adding up to record numbers of animals in shelters and foster care.


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