A Saginaw attorney and animal activist has labeled the community’s county-run animal shelter a “death camp” and is calling on county leaders to take action. The attorney, Stephen Seman, spoke to the Saginaw County Board of Commissioners at its meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 18. The Goard oversees animal control operations and the Saginaw County Animal Care Center, 1312 Gratiot in Saginaw.
Seman, a proponent for Saginaw to become a “no kill” shelter, also spoke with MLive before Tuesday’s meeting. He pointed to recent and past controversial incidents in which dogs and cats were euthanized, sometimes improperly.
“It has to change,” Seman said. “And I have some constructive proposals for it to change.” For the rest of the story, click here.