A new veterinary care center has been added at Kansas City Pet Project, Kansas City’s animal shelter at 4400 Raytown Road, to provide better care for animals that arrive at the shelter sick or injured. Vet tech Haylee Adkins prepared Vance, a boxer mix, who has already been adopted, for neuter surgery Tuesday. City officials agree the clinic is a stopgap solution and they hope to replace the outdated shelter.
A new veterinary care center has been added at Kansas City Pet Project, Kansas City’s animal shelter at 4400 Raytown Road, to provide better care for animals that arrive at the shelter sick or injured. Vet tech Haylee Adkins prepared Vance, a boxer mix, who has already been adopted, for neuter surgery Tuesday. City officials agree the clinic is a stopgap solution and they hope to replace the outdated shelter. Susan Pfannmuller Special to the Star
A new veterinary care center has been added at Kansas City Pet Project, Kansas City’s animal shelter at 4400 Raytown Road, to provide better care for animals that arrive at the shelter sick or injured. Vet tech Haylee Adkins prepared Vance, a boxer mix, who has already been adopted, for neuter surgery Tuesday. City officials agree the clinic is a stopgap solution and they hope to replace the outdated shelter. Susan Pfannmuller Special to the Star

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