By CRAIG ALANIZ
Port Isabel-South Padre PRESS
The Laguna Madre Humane Society is currently overpopulated and is asking the community to help lower the population of the shelter to meet state requirements.
Animal Shelter Supervisor Oscar Del Abra said more animals are coming into the shelter than are leaving. Fifteen animals need to find homes before a scheduled state inspection is conducted.
Del Abra said some animals have been in the shelter for up to three months and two more animals were brought in yesterday.
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