According to the Daily News, Greenville Michigan and WOOD TV in Grand Rapids, more than 40 people attended the Montcalm County Board of Commissioners meeting to speak on behalf of animals. Problems at the shelter ranging from killing dogs that have rescue lined up to a contract with a USDA Class B Research dealer were discussed. Apparently the commissioners hope their plea for patience will mollify the community. Let's hope not.
There is no excuse for what is happening at Montcalm County Animal Control Shelter. Every commissioner and county employee that allows it to continue is just as responsible as the shelter staff. Ignorance cannot be claimed since the voices raised on behalf of animals are finally being heard. www.michanimalnews.com will continue to cover this shelter and bring to light what is happening to animals that are unlucky enough to enter it's doors. Our readers should keep writing and calling the commissioners and let them know that what is happening at the Montcalm County shelter is not acceptable.
Daily News article
WOOD TV coverage
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