By COLE AVERY
Special to the PRESS
Beth Fedigan, president of the Laguna Madre Humane Society, said the city recently notified her about overcrowding at the shelter and the potential results if the animals are not adopted.
As of Wednesday, the shelter housed 48 animals, which is about 20 more than the law allows for the available space.
“We’re begging the public to come forward and help them,” Fedigan said.
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