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March 21, 2013

J.B. Ogle severs partnership with No Kill Louisville

Animal shelter still plans to go no-kill

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JEFFERSONVILLE —

“It doesn’t mean we can’t work together ... but as far as a legal partnership, that ended,” she said earlier in the day.

Green added that the shelter is already meeting the no-kill standards for dogs — where euthanasia is at 10 percent or less at the facility — and the shelter will be working to meet the standard for adoptable cats. However, she said it is unlikely the animal shelter will be able to meet the no-kill standards for feral cat populations, which requires capturing, sterilizing and releasing the animals.

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