When Austin Rhoades showed up at the Cleveland Animal Shelter on Mondayexcited to pick up Delilah, a Labrador retriever he had adopted on Fridayhe was confused when shelter workers brought out a different dog. Then they saw that Delilah’s pen was empty.
“We asked them had they put our dog down and they said yes,” Rhoades said.
This is just the kind of story to galvanize the no-kill movement. An organization called Cleveland for a No Kill City was formed in May, but it has already documented several situations in which the wrong animal has been euthanized.
when she was tragically euthanized.
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