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David Workman, director of the Lincoln Co pound which was recently fined by the state of NC after more than 200 animals were left to suffer to death during a 6 month period, wants to kill animals faster – before they have the chance to keel over in their cages presumably.
A proposal introduced at Monday night’s county commissioner meeting could soon impose a time limit on healthy animals in the Lincoln County Animal Shelter.
LCAS Director David Workman suggested [a policy change] which would give animals 10 days to be adopted or rescued before facing mandatory euthanization.
Some animals might be allowed to live past the 10 days, at the discretion of the director. The one who wants the power to kill faster. Animal advocates side-eyed the guy:
Members of animal advocacy group Helping Animals To Survive were in attendance, and board member Tim O’Brien said his group does…
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