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Resource ID: #18750
Subject: Animals
Source: Indianapolis Star
Date: 2024-04-12



An Indianapolis Star investigation into the city animal care reveals a stunning picture: thousands of animals are being killed every year, stray cats and dogs do not receive adequate veterinary care, and while the euthanasia rates are dropping in other communities, they are rising in Indianapolis. The city and the Humane society officials resist proposals that could save animals. "While the killing continues, the Humane Society sits on a huge pot of money that makes the charity one of the wealthiest of its size in the country," the Star reports.

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