Note: I have removed the names and street addresses of the surrendering parties from these MAS records, obtained via FOIA request.
All three kittens were surrendered by the same person. I wonder if MAS offered to spay the mama cat for free or if they just took the kittens to the kill room without offering any assistance to the owner.
There were fifteen dogs surrendered at the facility on June 6. Of the fifteen, five were shown as adopted or still in kennel and another had a note which said “still here but on the list for euthanasia” which leads me to believe that dog is likely dead now. Most were killed within 24 hours of impound. As far as I know, no marketing of any kind was done for any of the now dead animals and none were available for the public to see. They were all killed for space, except for one dog who exhibited some unknown behavior at intake which rendered him unadoptable in the opinion of someone at the pound. That dog was kept in a cage for eight days before being killed.
One owner surrendered five dogs, another surrendered three, two other owners surrendered two dogs each. I wonder if MAS offered any assistance to these owners before impounding their dogs.
One dog was surrendered by the owner in the field on June 6. MAS killed him too: