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Animal Control reopens after quarantine
Warren County Animal Control director Kim Pettrey has announced the reopening of the facility. In an effort to stop a spread of distemper, it was closed one month ago. Pictured with Pettrey is a cat named Pearl, who is ready for adoption.
Warren County Animal Control is open for business after one month of being quarantined. The facility was hit with an outbreak of distemper after a litter of puppies was brought into the facility. While three were sick, one was tested and the diagnosis of distemper was confirmed.

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