BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Kern County Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday to draft a letter to the City of Bakersfield asking for cooperation with animal control drop offs.
The letter was delivered Wednesday, describing the new Kern County Animals Services policy that they will only accept animals from residents who live outside the City of Bakersfield.
That policy comes after Bakersfield Animal Control created a policy of accepting animal drop offs only from people who live in city limits.
READ | Letter to Bakersfield Mayor and City Council regarding animal services: http://bit.ly/161eJLP
County Supervisor Mike Maggard sent the letter to Mayor Hall and City Council Wednesday.
Many people will be redirected to either the city or county shelter, nine miles away.
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