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    The number of downtown Kansas City residents is increasing, but pet amenities like parks, walking trails and green spaces remain limited.

As dog numbers surge downtown, Kansas City steps in it

The number of downtown Kansas City residents is increasing, but pet amenities like parks, walking trails and green spaces remain limited.
Allison Long The Kansas City Star