Gina Dunlop, a member of the board of directors at KC Pet Project, got close to give some special attention to Hoss, a 6-week-old pitbull mix during a red carpet event Thursday prior to the press conference announcement of a plan for a new Kansas City animal shelter at Elmwood Avenue and Gregory Boulevard in Swope Park.
Gina Dunlop, a member of the board of directors at KC Pet Project, got close to give some special attention to Hoss, a 6-week-old pitbull mix during a red carpet event Thursday prior to the press conference announcement of a plan for a new Kansas City animal shelter at Elmwood Avenue and Gregory Boulevard in Swope Park. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com
Gina Dunlop, a member of the board of directors at KC Pet Project, got close to give some special attention to Hoss, a 6-week-old pitbull mix during a red carpet event Thursday prior to the press conference announcement of a plan for a new Kansas City animal shelter at Elmwood Avenue and Gregory Boulevard in Swope Park. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com

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