Group's involvement causes kill rate to plummet at animal shelter
The number of puppies euthanized at the Kanawha Charleston Humane Association's shelter last month decreased by about 89 percent. Shelter officials say a local rescue group's efforts are the primary reason for fewer dogs being killed. This boxer puppy was available for adoption at the Greenbrier Street facility on Tuesday.
This pit bull is currently being held as a stray to give its owners time to claim it. If no one comes forward, it will be up for adoption after about a week.