Bucks County activists present plans for county’s first no-kill animal shelter

Bucks County activists present plans for county's first no-kill animal shelter (via Cranford Chronicle)

WASHINGTON CROSSING, Pa. ­­— Animal welfare activists presented plans this week for a planned animal sanctuary in Bucks County, a $5 million facility for 250 cats and 150 dogs that would be the county’s first no-kill shelter. The four-year-old Crossing Animal Sanctuary organization in Washington…

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Tuxi & Joan Stringer
Tuxi & Joan Stringer
7 years ago

We love this story! Kudos to the Crossing Animal Sanctuary, the architect Steve Gnau and all supporters of the project. We are in neighboring Montgomery County and hope our county follows suit on a project like this. We’ll be checking out the fundraising activities and wish Crossing Animal Sanctuary all the best!