Dogs Board Bus Bound for New York


One of many dogs headed to the world’s largest no-kill animal shelter, located in New York.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Dozens of dogs boarded a Missouri bus bound for New York on Wednesday. They're headed to the largest no-kill animal shelter in the world.

The dogs were being cared for by the Kansas City Animal Shelter, which on Jan. 1, 2012, will be operated by the Kansas City Pet Project.

The move of 25 to 30 dogs alleviates overcrowding. The animal shelter still has more than 160 dogs available for adoption. For more information about the shelter, adopting or volunteering, call 816-513-9821.

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