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Kane, a 4-year-old mixed breed, was abandoned earlier this year and was a resident of the animal shelter through July. Photo Courtesy Paws & Claws

Kane, a 4-year-old mixed breed, was abandoned earlier this year and was a resident of the animal shelter through July.
Photo Courtesy Paws & Claws

 

By BRANDON MESSICK

Daily Press Staff Writer

Beverly Sweatt of Artesia’s Paws & Claws animal shelter reported to the Eddy County Commission Tuesday. Euthanasia rates are down, she said, and the shelter is running well.

The shelter works with animal control services in Eddy County, Alamogordo and Albuquerque and holds animals until they can be reclaimed or adopted. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.