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Rescue Me

As a small number of shelters across the country adopt a "no-kill" policy, refusing to euthanize homeless animals, one of Boston's best-known shelters isn't interested in joining the movement. One emotional day inside reveals why.

Rescue me
(Photo by Jason Wallengren)
By Twig Mowatt
December 10, 2006

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Approaching the Animal Rescue League of Boston's facility at 10 Chandler Street, I brace myself for what I've come to expect in my volunteer work: an array of confused, sad, scared, caged animals awaiting uncertain fates. (Full article: 3007 words)

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