I knew the number was high but I didn't know it was this high. I guess I was just in denial.By ERIC AASEN / The Dallas Morning News
For many homeless animals, a trip to a city animal shelter is a ticket to death row. If they're not adopted or rescued within a few days, they're usually killed.
North Texas' largest city-run shelters euthanized more than 82,000 dogs and cats last year. That's 1,600 a week, 225 a day.