Laura Lewis
Sue LoBuono, a shelter volunteer for Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Animal Protective Services, tends to one of the cats, Carolina, at the window and door leading to the feline playtime “catio.”
Animal shelter numbers continue to leap

Four years after the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office took over running Brunswick County Animal Services, shelter director Lt. Tommy Tolley is still seeing improvements in numbers.

This summer, the shelter has had days when its canine adoption row was down to just a few dogs in need of a home.

“We’ve been very, very low on adoption row, which is great,” Tolley said during an interview in August. The day before, he counted a record number of dogs — just one — on adoption row that particular day.

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