Woman Rewarded After Bringing Animal Shelter's Kill Rate Down To Zero
This is amazing, a Texas woman will be honored with a $35,000 check for her efforts to reduce a local animal shelter's kill rate - drastically. In fact, Kayla Denney brought the Taft shelter's kill rate from nearly 100 percent all the way down to zero percent - saving 565 dogs and cats in the process.
Now Denney is being honored with Petco's 2019 National Unsung Hero Award - which carries a cash prize of $35 grand. Denney says that money will go towards improvements at the shelter.