Fresno Co animal shelter reaches capacity
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Fresno County's new animal control facility has reached capacity and is now asking for your help.
Liberty Animal Control on Nielsen and Tielman in West Central Fresno has filled every kennel at its facility. Staff members say if nothing changes, they'll have no choice but to euthanize animals to make more room.
The shelter has an abundance of Chihuahuas, so for the next week they'll each be available for $20. That includes spaying, neutering and all required shots.
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