Christina Tutt, Texarkana Animal Coalition Team

March 15, 2022 00:41:48
Christina Tutt, Texarkana Animal Coalition Team
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Christina Tutt, Texarkana Animal Coalition Team
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Show Notes

In recent weeks, Christina Tutt has been one of the most vocal advocates raising concerns about the Texarkana, Arkansas, Animal Care and Adoption Center.

For this episode, she and host Karl Richter talked about the Board of Directors' response; her organization, Texarkana Animal Coalition Team; the state of dog and cat care in the Twin Cities; what she has observed at the animal shelter; and what people can do to help.

LINKS

Texarkana Animal Coalition Team (TACT), Facebook

Texarkana Animal League

Ark La Tex Animal Clinic

Animal Protection League

Fix TXK, Facebook

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