Santa Rosa County Animal Services maintained no-kill status in 2022, according to Best Friends Animal Society’s annual data report. This means the shelter saved more than 90% of the dogs and cats that entered the shelter last year.
Staff members with Santa Rosa County Animal Services are celebrating their recognition for maintaining a high save rate.
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