🌱 HCACC Takes In 130 Neglected Pets + Carolina Forest Fugitive Found
, 2022-08-10 16:54:40,
Morning, everybody! It’s me, Kathy Mandell, your host of the Myrtle Beach Daily. Here’s all the local news you need to know today, Thursday, August 11, 2022.
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Here are the top five stories in Myrtle Beach today:
- Horry County Animal Care Center will be closed for a while as its staff deals with providing medical care to 130 animals brought to the facility from law enforcement investigations. The shelter is over capacity with a total of 270 animals at the moment, including those that were already at the shelter. The 130 domestic pets and livestock were part of two cases of neglectful living conditions in Horry County. One group of animals included 44 dogs, 13 chickens, 12 ducks, a miniature horse and a goat. An additional 59 dogs, reportedly mostly poodles, were brought to HCACC with serious health issues from neglect. When the animals are ready to be adopted, HCACC will accept some lower-than-usual adoption fees. (wpde.com) (WBTW)
- In good dog news, the city of Myrtle Beach announced that it has plans to open a new dog park near Collins Street and Third Avenue South. Work will begin at that location once new fencing has arrived. The dog park will have separate spaces for small and large pooches. In addition to the doggie park, the city has plans to add a splash pad to Futrell Park and a disc golf course at Withers Swash Park. (wpde.com) (wpde.com)
- The South Carolina Supreme Court says Carolina Ale House can’t claim that COVID-19 caused physical damage to its business. The restaurant chain with at least one location in Myrtle Beach claims that government shutdowns, Governor McMaster’s March 2020 executive order banning indoor dining in particular, caused “direct…
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