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Chapter chief seeks hurt-animals funds

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Carter says Perry County has high rabies potential

By Kevin Koelling, Managing Editor

TELL CITY - Jim Carter believes dogs and cats hit by cars should be given a chance to live, or at least an examination to determine if they stand a chance. He also offered to help develop plans for dealing with pets in major disasters and suggested a plan be developed for preventing rabies epidemics.

The president of the local Humane Society chapter told county commissioners in their regular meeting Wednesday he planned to ask the county council for funding to provide help for animals hit by cars.


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