What happens when a husband-and-wife team fight to save the life of every violent dog?
The inmate wants out of his darkened cell. He paces, calling out day and night until his throat is raw. His nails bleed from trying to claw his way through concrete walls to freedom.
His name is Cuj
Multnomah County’s animal shelter has cut its kill rate, but activists say it could do more.
Not all lost, stray or unwanted pets end up at Multnomah
County Animal Services, but when they do, its shelter is often the end
of the line.
“Private shelters can
choose,” says Mike Oswa