A recently launched website, "No-Kill-Stamford-CT.com" educates and informs visitors on the rapidly growing "no-kill" policy for homeless pets and challenges politicians to state where they stand on the issue. Check it out here.
Thank you "It's Relevant" and Samantha Mckelvie for continuing to follow this story.
- "Affidavit Details Dog Biting Reports in Hollywood Case" By MATT KIERNAN Times Staff Writer and
- "Stamford Dog Shelter Manager Laurie Hollywood in Court" from Maggie Gordon of Stamford Advocate
In Loving Memory
We lost Sal on Wed. 8/6. Sal was a senior shelter dog dumped on the streets of Stamford. OPIN took him into our care so he would not have to spend time at the shelter. Sal had a multitude of ailments and he fought a six-month battle trying to kick those illnesses. We are most grateful to Sal's foster dad and for the opportunity to allow Sal to enjoy his last six months of life being loved by a human.