By the Numbers 

The city of Tucson turns stingy when it comes to unwanted dogs and cats

It's not uncommon for Susan Scherl to find skinny dogs or unwanted kittens dumped outside her HOPE Animal Center in midtown Tucson. Like other rescue outfits across town, HOPE absorbs these little surprises by stretching its already meager budget just a little…

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