SPCA check-in

SPCA of Brazoria County Volunteer Coordinator Chelsea Williams brings a dog out to go for a walk Friday at the animal shelter in Lake Jackson.

Perhaps the most telling sentence of our story in Tuesday’s edition about the overwhelming number of kittens and puppies at the SPCA shelter came at the very end.

As our reporter wrapped up her interview with SPCA of Brazoria County Board President Beate Damm on Friday, a member of the community showed up with a basket of kittens they found on the road that day. That happens routinely, Damm said.

This editorial was written by Michael Morris, managing editor of The Facts.

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Funny thing is when I go to their website to see puppies up for adoption there are very few to see.

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