Cats come up to greet Betty Garvin, who had stopped by The Tabby House on Friday to apply to become a volunteer. The cat adoption center, operated by the Beaufort County Animal Shelter in Beaufort Town Center, has made strides since opening in 2012, adopting out 260 cats and euthanizing 18 percent fewer animals. The Beaufort County Animal Shelter also reports other successes, such as an increase in the number of lost animals returned to their owners.
Cats come up to greet Betty Garvin, who had stopped by The Tabby House on Friday to apply to become a volunteer. The cat adoption center, operated by the Beaufort County Animal Shelter in Beaufort Town Center, has made strides since opening in 2012, adopting out 260 cats and euthanizing 18 percent fewer animals. The Beaufort County Animal Shelter also reports other successes, such as an increase in the number of lost animals returned to their owners. Staff photo
Cats come up to greet Betty Garvin, who had stopped by The Tabby House on Friday to apply to become a volunteer. The cat adoption center, operated by the Beaufort County Animal Shelter in Beaufort Town Center, has made strides since opening in 2012, adopting out 260 cats and euthanizing 18 percent fewer animals. The Beaufort County Animal Shelter also reports other successes, such as an increase in the number of lost animals returned to their owners. Staff photo

Tabby House boosts cat adoptions in Beaufort County

March 02, 2014 6:30 PM

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