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in Officials: Lake Ivie Will Be Dry By November If No Rain
Every drop of water counts - I am surprised that any outdoor water use is currently allowed.
Thanks for the good article on the subject - good to see some real numbers and real facts.
in Takota's Story: A Puppy Adoption Nightmare
This place kills 10-30 animals a day. And to dispose of the animal after they kill it, they put it ina trash bag and have the trustees from county jail throw them in the dumpster. The inmates are responsible for cleaning the pens daily.
in The East San Angelo Beat: Domestic Disturbances, Theft and Downtown Bars
Interesting and informative. Thank you, Chelsea.
This story was very hard to read. Just this past Tuesday night we lost our pup Barkley after being home only 4 days. We didn't have him for long but it was long enough for me to take his passing very hard. This wasn't the first time either. A couple of months ago we adopted a puppy from the shelter only to have him pass away before he could even get to the vet to get fixed. My heart hurts so much to know that this is happening on a daily basis. I can only pray that a young child who doesn't understand what's going on will not have to go through the same heartache we have. Awareness needs to be spread and we need to figure out what needs to be done in order to help save these helpess animals that just want/need a good loving home.
in [UPDATE MYSTERY SOLVED!] Mysterious Debris Floats by Glenmore Park on the Concho River in San Angelo
What was her name? I dated a couple of Beavers in school. Only Beavers around here walk upright:).
in Low Lake Levels Force Closure of Six Boat Ramps
City needs to move to next drought level imeduately. People are already starting to water in their lawns??? I have lived in San Angelo most of my life and it is really a sick feeling know we are running out of water faster than we ever have.
Sorry about the repeat. Something got stuck here I think. :)
Was it a beaver or maybe the mysterious Chubracabra???? :)
San Angelo gets it's water from OH Ivie, not the Concho River.
As stated in the article, the city animal shelter is just that... a SHELTER. They don't care for the medical needs of the animals that come through their door, they barely have the funds to keep those doors open. The local animal rescue groups are merely a network of willing and caring foster homes, there is not a big (like on TV), well funded, well staffed organization with a resort style shelter for dogs in San Angelo. PAWS and the other rescue groups merely provide information about available pets in their network or in the city shelter. While I always support pet adoption over purchasing, you have to know what you are getting yourself into and all the risks involved.
It is very confusing, the humane society does show pics of pound dogs. When we were there last, the offices were across from each other...how are people supposed to know whom to trust out there? In the 70s, I filed a complaint against the pound because I got a puppy that died within a week, and cost me $150 back then. I received a refund because the consultant vet for the animal shelter was an idiot who had pronounced it "well"
And THIS is why I'm glad I drink bottled water exclusively...
And just think of this when you get a drink of water tonight seeing as how the water plant is directly across the river from where this was happening and pump out of the river right there in order to send it into your faucets.....
These people follow us everywhere we go.
I'm gagging a little from this smell. #sast_breaking pic.twitter.com/9omUGDRWDt— Jennifer Rios (@Jennifer_Rios) March 15, 2014
I'm gagging a little from this smell. #sast_breaking pic.twitter.com/9omUGDRWDt
Hey, found something animal control can do!
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