MOUNT PLEASANT IS BUILDING A NEW $1.8 MILLION ANIMAL SHELTER

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MOUNT PLEASANT, Texas – Mount Pleasant, Texas officials said their animal shelter is too small for the thousands of pets that are brought there every year. Now, construction on a new facility is underway.

City officials said they’re counting on the public to support the new facility. “Our goal is to reduce the number of animals we have to euthanize,” said Mount Pleasant Police Chief Wayne Isbell.

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4 thoughts on “MOUNT PLEASANT IS BUILDING A NEW $1.8 MILLION ANIMAL SHELTER

  1. It is discouraging to learn that Mount Pleasant a town just over half the size of Marshall can build a $1.8 million dollar shelter but the town of Marshall has spent 6 years and cannot build a $1.2 million dollar shelter. Marshall really is the TOWN that CAN’T!

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    1. Once again my question to the Marshall City animal shelter opponents is “why?” Do something we can feel good about. Holding one of the highest kill rates in the state of Texas isnt something can be proud. Surely if Mt Pleasant can do this we can.

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  2. Once again my question to the Marshall City animal shelter opponents is “why?” Do something we can feel good about. Holding one of the highest kill rates in the state of Texas isnt something can be proud. Surely if Mt Pleasant can do this we can.

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  3. Why does our City Commissioners choose the path they have chosen…Kill! Kill! Kill! It may have been the old way of getting rid of unwanted animals but it is not what compassionate people do now. I want the city to stop screwing around and build a new shelter. Also tell the students in MISD fix your animals, feed them, don’t tie them to a tree. If that doesn’t work, don’t get an animal.

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