A Richmond, Indiana “no-kill” animal shelter has admitted euthanizing 52 dogs, saying they were bite risks or sick. Staff say they were told to lie about it.
A Richmond, Indiana “no-kill” animal shelter has admitted euthanizing 52 dogs, saying they were bite risks or sick. Staff say they were told to lie about it. Screenshot from RTV
A Richmond, Indiana “no-kill” animal shelter has admitted euthanizing 52 dogs, saying they were bite risks or sick. Staff say they were told to lie about it. Screenshot from RTV

This ‘no-kill’ shelter killed 52 dogs. Staff were told to cover it up, they said.

November 14, 2017 04:37 PM

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