North Bay Animal Services takes Petaluma city bus to Stockton to rescue 55 cats and dogs facing euthanasia

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When North Bay Animal Services learned that 10 adult dogs were going to be euthanized at the Stockton Animal Shelter, the Petaluma-based no-kill animal shelter sprang into action.

Mark Scott, the executive director of North Bay Animal Services, said Petaluma City Manager Peggy Flynn came across the city of Stockton’s “Facebook SOS” first. The shelter there was at capacity and they were going to have euthanize animals.

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