FEELING THE HEAT: Local animal agencies have seen an influx of kittens and puppies as a result of spay and neuter services being curtailed by COVID-19. “It is estimated that spay/neuter efforts in the United States could have been set back by as much as ten years due to all of the litters who were born as a result,” says Leah Craig Fieser, executive director of Brother Wolf Animal Rescue. Photo courtesy of Brother Wolf

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