Wednesday, February 20, 2013 at 6:00 am (Updated: February 20, 6:02 am)
The Taylor County Animal Shelter will no longer be a place for would-be pet owners to find a new family member.
Instead of offering animals for adoption, the shelter will soon serve as a holding place for the county's stray animals.
In 45 days, animals will no longer be up for adoption at the shelter, which set up shop at a new home last month after a $150,000 grant paid for construction of a new building.
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