More shelters turn away strays as a result of the recession

11/5/2010 | USA Today

A growing number of private animal shelters are closing their doors to stray dogs and cats as they struggle to take care of a flood of animals whose owners could no longer care for them financially, according to this report. Some also are ending municipal contracts to pick up strays, putting further pressure on already strained city budgets.

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