The dog warden picks up stray dogs when called upon to do so. How many dogs and cats are refused by CVAS from the general public when the citizens try to do the right thing for the welfare of the animals?All dogs brought in to CVAS by the dog warden
from Fannett and Metal Townships ARE accepted.
CVAS continues to do cruelty investigations in
both townships free of charge. However,
the supervisors of both townships have announced
that they don't consider animal sheltering an
"essential service". Residents of the townships
should contact their supervisors to express
their opinions about this. I'm sure that
the shelter is willing to work with Fannett and
Metal to achieve a good resolution.
Until then, calls about stray dogs should be
directed to the dog warden, who will pick them
up and bring them to CVAS.
CVAS WAS refusing the cruelty cases in Metal and Fannett. The Humane officer begin investigating the cruelties again after it became apparent the issue may create negative publicity.