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No More Room: Philly Animal Shelter Makes Urgent Plea

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) --  A Philadelphia animal shelter is making an urgent plea to the public:  They have run out of space and need good homes for dogs.
Eyewitness News visited the Animal Care and Control Team shelter.
All of the kennels there are full.
About 22 dogs were euthanized Thursday.
The shelter is now offering free adoptions for all large-breed dogs.
If you do adopt and live in the city of Philadelphia, you will have to pay a $16 pet registration fee.

UPDATE: ACCT Philly Says Nearly 50 Animals Have Found A New Home

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