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Volunteer Donna Corbo takes one of the shelter animals for a walk at the Currituck animal shelter, Tuesday, July 1, 2014
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Volunteer Donna Corbo takes one of the shelter animals for a walk at the Currituck animal shelter, Tuesday, July 1, 2014

New shelter managers: Transition not smooth

By Cindy Beamon

The Daily Advance

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MAPLE — Moving day Tuesday for a new group running Currituck’s Animal Shelter had workers moving a little less than they had hoped.

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shelter situation

After I read this article I could not believe that after 9 years ALAL is still conducting their organization the same way. It is a with deep disappointment that I find they are still "claiming" to be all about the animals and their well-being, but in truth it is just about how good they can look in the public's eye. Those poor suffering babies....ALAL did the same exact thing 9 years ago to take OVER the shelter from a wonderful organization. Currituck Humane Society tried to work with them and help with the animals to amke a smooth transition for the animals, but they would not even meet with them. I am so thankful that they no longer have control of the babies of currituck county and that an organization that "truly" cares about the babies is in control of their care!! God bless!!!!

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