No kill city animal shelter coming?

Steve Reagan
Staff Writer

When the Big Spring City Council meets at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, it will consider a resolution calling for the establishment of a “no-kill” animal shelter by 2017.
The city’s animal shelter currently euthanizes unclaimed homeless animals, but officials want to put an end to that practice.
“The citizens of Big Spring deserve an animal shelter that succeeds at saving the lives of homeless animals that is consistent with the most successful animal shelters in Texas,” the proposed resolution reads in part.
If adopted, the resolution will have the city on record as wanting to establish a no-kill shelter by Jan. 1, 2017.