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Local Mother Lode Animal Services Makes Public Plea

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Jamestown, CA – A Mother Lode animal service group is asking for help from the public.

Tuolumne County Animal Control reports its shelter is over capacity for dogs. Officials say they have reached out to numerous rescues for help but, unfortunately, have been unsuccessful in moving any dogs out.

“Because we are a facility for strays, euthanasia is a sad and harsh reality if we cannot move dogs out. This is something we never want to do, so we’re asking for help,” shared shelter officials.

Currently, they have pooches ranging from puppies to seniors. Walk-ins are welcome at the shelter located at 10040 Victoria Way in Jamestown, Tuesday–Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The cost to give these pets a loving forever home ranges from $25 to $98, depending on the pet.

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