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Estill Co. Shelter Set To Euthanize Dogs Due To Overflow

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RAVENNA, Ky. (LEX 18) -- The Estill County Animal Shelter is set to euthanize several animals next Tuesday due to the building being over capacity.

Animals will be put to sleep beginning May 23.  The organization was already struggling when someone dumped 4 dogs in the shelter's drop box.

"We have no kennels and no stainless steel cages empty," reads a post on the group's Facebook page.

Adoption will ease the shelter's burden and prevent animals from being euthanized. If you are interested in adopting, call the shelter at 606-723-3587.

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