Animal shelters in Louisville have been overcrowded, which led some to attempt to transfer out of their properties, even leaving their pet cash. What’s behind this enhance within the variety of homeless animals? Are these the youngsters of a police officer whose household not has time for them? Is there a lower in unhappiness and grief, which causes plenty of grime?
We are going to dive into it this week on “In Dialog,” with folks from native animal rescue teams. And we may have a tutor readily available to reply your questions, in case your pet’s habits threatens to extend. they to the method order (we all know you do not imply that).
Hear Friday morning at 11 EST and write this quantity to name along with your pet questions: (502) 814-TALK.
There’s quite a bit occurring in Louisville, and WFPL’s “In Dialog” with Rick Howlett offers folks a platform to speak – each to one another, and with the broader group – concerning the huge points dealing with metropolis, state and area. Reside at 11 a.m. each Friday on 89.3 WFPL. Name 502-814-TALK to take part within the dialogue.
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