Letters to editor

Animal shelter falls short

By From page A13 | November 28, 2012

Over the past month, I have been on a mission to locate my sister’s lost dog, Buddy. While searching for Buddy, I made numerous trips to the shelter. No, I will not call it the pound!

This made me want to share my recent visits to the Solano County Animal Shelter. I was hoping we would see changes since the Sheriff’s Office has taken over jurisdiction. I see very little change. Praise the lord for volunteers. I am sure the county workers are overwhelmed with their jobs. However, they have a job. Their customer service leaves little to the imagination. I don’t know how people would feel welcome in trying to adopt.

With that said, I want to tell you the cages are filled with pit bulls and Chihuahuas. People are dumping off their pets daily. Please, if you are even thinking about a pet, look at the shelter first. These poor animals are suffering.

Buddy was found in Suisun City. My sister and I would like to thank the angel who made the phone call. He would not have been found without you!

Jane White


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