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Delaware becomes first no-kill state for animal shelters, activists say

Delaware becomes first no-kill state for animal shelters, activists say

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Delaware has become the first no-kill state in the U.S. for animals that enter shelters, according to animal welfare activists. The Best Friends Animal Society, which tracks no-kill rates by state, announced the state’s achievement at its annual conference in Dallas last month. For a state to be considered no-kill by the group, it must save at least 90% of dogs and cats entering shelters.
Source: Delaware becomes first no-kill state for animal shelters, activists say

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