San Antonio groups race to save pets from euthanasia



Hutchins was not in his assigned kennel at Animal Care Services (ACS) the day Kym Virdell went looking for him.

The black-and-white mixed-breed dog, a young stray placed on the “urgent list” on a recent Thursday due to overcrowding at the shelter, had been given a reprieve. 

Virdell, an assistant live release manager for the animal rescue nonprofit San Antonio Pets Alive (SAPA), sought Hutchins and three other dogs tagged by the organization in order to buy them more time to find a home through fostering or adoption. 

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