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Twenty-nine of the cats were mauled to death by two pit bulls broke from their cages at an Area animal shelter during the night.
Workers found the dead cats in the Dothan animal shelter in Dothan, Ala., on Thursday morning when they reported for work. Shelter Director Bill Banks said that the two dogs that forced their way out of their pens, through to the knock-dip galvanized bars and rods out of their clips, and push their way up through the chain-linked fence, Dothan, Ala.’s WTVY reported.
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The pit bulls responsible for the attack have been dropped off at the shelter the day before.
“These dogs were able to eat their way out of it, for lack of a better term, and the attack of the cats. That’s a terrible thing,” Dothan City Commissioner Beth Kenward told the station. She is accused of the cat killings in the outdated place to stay. The mayor, Mark Saliba, agreed with the client, and add it to a new home is “too late.”
Kenward and Saliba recently, a new animal shelter, and an investment priority for the city. The city government has been working to partner with businesses, private individuals, and humane societies, and animal rights groups in order to raise the funds for the financing of a new multi-million-dollar facility, Kenward said. Saliba added that he would like to achieve at Houston County share in the cost of the project.
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A decision has not been made as to what to do with the dogs after the incident, Banks said. Shelter staff and volunteers will be available for assistance. Kenward and Saliba to a board should be set up to oversee the creation of a new animal shelter. The current animal shelter is operated by the Dothan Police Department.