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Pets escaping Animal Control
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Two animals have escaped from Warren County Animal Control prompting the need for a fence to be placed around its perimeter.According to Warren County Animal Control director Kim Pettrey during a Health and Welfare Committee meeting, the facility had one dog and one cat escape last month and neither were recovered.The problem that led to the dog’s escape, she says, is with the outside kennel doors swinging out when opened which allows the animals an easier time escaping before the employee can shut the door.“The way the kennel doors are made, you just can’t help but have one get out occasionally,” said Pettrey. “Most of the animals will stay there, but sometimes one will head straight to the road or high tail it away from there. You can’t catch them.

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