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County votes to spay or neuter all pets leaving Animal Control

In an effort to be the solution instead of the problem when it comes to stray animals, cats and dogs adopted from Warren County Animal Control will now be spayed and neutered when adopted.
Members of the Warren County Commission voted 19-2, with three people absent, during their full court meeting Monday night to charge a flat adoption rate of $85 for dogs and $65 for cats adopted from Animal Control. The fee will pay for spaying or neutering the animals, as well as a small fee to help feed and care for the animals in Animal Control’s care ...


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