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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — KC Pet Project achieved a milestone on July 1st by officially becoming a “no-kill” shelter. On Wednesday, August 14, they will announce their new status to city council members on the public safety committee at City Hall.
KC Pet Project took over the city shelter in January of 2012 with the goal of placing homeless animals in suitable homes rather than euthanizing them.
“So for a shelter to become “no-kill” is a fantastic accomplishment,” Tori Fugate, KC Pet Project said. “We are now the 4th largest shelter in the US. Very proud of our team.”
KC Pet Project makes their presentation in front on the Public Safety committee Wednesday morning.