Crowded shelter to hold special adoption event

July 19-- Residents have hit an all time high at Hardin County Animal Services - not what one wants to hear at an animal shelter.
Yet another large scale intake has introduced 14 additional fuzzy faces to the mix.
“We never know what to expect here. This weekend brought us quite a few more animals,” said Director Debbie Nowicki. “When we get the call, we get the animals. That’s how it works.”
With kennels already full, this group has pushed HCAS to its limit.
In an effort to relieve some of the pressure, the shelter will be having a special two-day event this weekend.


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