Information Radio - MB | Mar 4, 2013 | 7:43

Winnipeg Humane Society changes policy on cats

The Winnipeg Humane Society is being criticized for changing its animal surrender agreement. Before March 1, people bringing cats to the shelter could ask to be notified in writing if the cat was to be euthanized - meaning they could then come back and take responsibility for the animal. With the change, the notification will no longer take place. Reaction from people and other rescue organizations was swift.

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