It was a busy day at the Levy County Animal Shelter on Tuesday. Many of the pens held pups, kittens, cats and dogs up for adoption and an animal officer was on his way in from Inglis with nine dogs while a resident walked in with two howling kitties.
Outside the sun beat down on the gray metal roofs over the three buildings that house the animals in pens. Tarps surround the buildings keeping the sun, heat, sand blown from the landfill and foul weather at bay. Fans in the shelter tried to provide a cooling breeze as it was already 75 before lunchtime.
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