No-Kill Option for Liberty County Animal Control

The current law for Liberty County Animal Control in Hinesville, Georgia, calls for euthanasia of cats every Tuesday morning, and euthanasia of dogs every Thursday morning. Dogs that come into the facility without a collar, have only 5 days before they are euthanized. I have not seen the facility at full capacity since I have been rescuing out of it, which has been over the past 9 months. It makes no sense to euthanize healthy, young animals when space is available. I would like to at least see the current law changed from euthanizing every week, to euthanizing due to lack of space. If space becomes an issue, the vicious and/or sick animals should be euthanized first, to give healthy, adoptable animals a greater chance to be placed. As it stands right now, I have only FOUR days each week to find homes for the animals on death row at Liberty County Animal Control. Changing the law would give me more time to find potential adopters, and give more animals a second chance at life.
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