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October 15, 2013 12:00 AM

Editorial: Pets Inc. needs our help

THE DECISION six years ago by Richland and Lexington counties to help fund a no-kill animal shelter marked a significant shift, as it put taxpayers’ dollars behind the ideals of animal-rescue organizations that had been created to offer an alternative to governments’ traditional policy of spending tax money euthanizing strays.

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