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Greenville extends deadline as Spartaburg plans animal shelter

Spartanburg County is budgeting $200,000 to identify the cost and scope of building a new animal shelter, as an agreement with Greenville County Animal Care was extended past the June 30 deadline to continue accepting Spartanburg strays.

In 2011, Spartanburg County Council voted to separate from the Spartanburg Humane Society. Since then, strays from within the city limits have been taken in by the Humane Society, while strays from outside the city have been taken to the Greenville Shelter.

Eleven years later, Greenville Animal Care announced plans last month to end the agreement with Spartanburg County on June 30, due to its own space requirements.

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