Animal control officer
It’s the season of giving. So how about donating some money to your local city government?
In the past two weeks, Fort Worth Animal Control workers saw two things they’d never seen before: A huge surge in the number of animals at the shelter that pushed them far past their capacity and a swell in adoptions to prevent the animals’ euthanasia.
The honor may have been handed out from the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Los Angeles but the ‘top dog’ was from North Texas.
Fort Worth has made a change to an animal control policy after two residents couldn’t get anyone to respond to a case of apparent animal cruelty.
How ill animals are treated at city pounds is one of the biggest complaints of animal rights groups. Fort Worth city officials say that’s why they’re planning a huge expansion of its isolation and medical ward.
Fort Worth police say undercover officers on a burglary patrol saw a man struggling with his leashed dog on Avenue I near Texas Wesleyan University Thursday.