Monday, June 15, 2009

City striving to meet deadline for New Mexico's new animal law

With a June 19 deadline looming for all animal shelters to use lethal injections to put down animals, Tucumcari is striving to find ways to meet that state requirement.

The city of Tucumcari currently uses a carbon monoxide gas chamber to put down dogs and cats in its pound.

By Friday that process has to be halted or changed, according to the new law.

Read more in this Quay County Sun article by Chelle Delaney...

1 comment:

Andrew said...

Nice to read this...

Thanks for sharing...


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