Chain Free Greeneville Addresses Animal Control Board

Thursday, October 19, 2017
by Reid Seals

Members of the organization

Members of the organization

A group that helps chained animals discussed with the Animal Control Board at their meeting on Wednesday what they do as an organization.

Chain Free Greeneville addressed the Animal Control Board. They desire to work with Animal Control on reporting cases of animal abuse.

According to Janet Lemos, a member of the group, Chain Free Greeneville is becoming the one who files complaints to Animal Control for those who do not have the time. Lemos explained what Chain Free Greeneville does:

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Animal Control picked up 441 animals between July and September. 32 were claimed, 220 adopted, and Animal Control put to sleep 189. The animals put to sleep were cats and dogs.

The Animal Control Board will next meet on Wednesday, January 17 at 3:00 PM in the Greene County Courthouse Annex conference room.

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