State law requires all 88 counties to maintain a dog shelter, but in some cases, that’s where mandatory animal care ends. Some people are hopeful though, as individual municipalities create more animal care requirements and humane societies work for pet population control and humane treatment.
Guest host Mindy Drayer interviews Kellie Difrischia, director of Columbus Dog Connection; and Julie Mercer of Pike Pet Pals on how Ohioans can help care for pets statewide, how the cat overpopulation problem is “10 times worse” than the dog overpopulation problem, and how humanitarian societies do not receive government funding.
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Our political system can give the impression of being a complicated and jammed machine over which we have little power to influence. The truth is, you CAN make a difference when you know how. Enter Spectrum News 1 anchor Curtis Jackson, who brings decades of experience covering news and political events to the table. Join him for meaningful conversations with decision makers who will give you the tools you need to make your voice heard on the most important issues facing us in Ohio.
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