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WPCCAS combating population problem

August 21, 2013

The WPCCAS has kittens of all colors and sizes. These little guys are all piled up for a nap. (Photo by Donna Summerall, DTL)

Beginning its third year of operation, the West Point Clay County Animal Shelter has made an enormous impact on the number of unwanted dogs and cats being euthanized. As one of only two “No-Kill” shelters in Northeast Mississippi, the WPCCAS offers a haven for unwanted animals until they can be adopted.

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