Bay County Animal Shelter Nearly Reaches No-Kill Designation

The Bay County Animal Shelter reported a big increase in the amount of animals leaving the facility alive, nearing “no-kill shelter” status. In 2017, the live release rate jumped to 85 percent — up from 66 percent the year before. New County Executive Jim Barcia made it his mission to make Bay County a “no kill county,” which requires at least 90 percent of animals in the shelter to be saved. Click here for the rest of the story.


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