MIDLAND, TX (Big 2 / Fox 24 ) – City of Midland approved the renovation of the animal shelter. Many Midlanders say they’re glad there would be a much better facility for the animals to be housed.
Midlanders also hope there would be fewer illnesses animals would be exposed too.
“I hate city dogs become euthanized, says Midland resident, Willie Sullivan. “But sometimes that’s what they have to do them.”
The City of Midland approved the $11.7 million renovations to revamp the Midland Humane Coalition, and many Midlanders say it’ll be for a good cause.
“I feel good about it,” Sullivan says. “I’m an animal lover you know they always say a dog is a man’s best friend.”
Steven Villela, running for District 2, says the tall city continues to grow with its improvements.
“It’ll pretty much to bring a better facility for the animals,” Villela says. “That way they don’t get sick when they go into our shelter since it’ll help reduce the death of parvo.”