Woman worried about dog's safety in shelter
BATON ROUGE - A woman whose dog is impounded in an East Baton Rouge Animal Shelter is worried about his safety after hearing about the killing of one dog by another in the pound Monday due to poor infrastructure.
Some of Companion Animal Alliance's (CAA) cages have holes in them which allowed one dog to kill another inside the compound.
Anna Boone's dog Tigger was impounded at the Companion Animal Alliance after attacking and killing a dog and biting a woman. She's worried about her dog being attacked too.
CAA says they are unable to repair the cages at this time though because they are unsure if it the city owns the property of if they do.
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