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April 12--  The Vidalia Animal Shelter is "bustin' at the seams" according to shelter manager April Braddy.

"We need some adopters to come out and adopt some babies.  We've got plenty of puppies, dogs, cats and kittens.  We've got nearly 100 dogs and about 60 cats," she reports.

The adoption fee is $45 dollars and includes shots and a free vet examination.  Also, a $100 voucher is provided by the Sweet Onion Animal Protection Society for spaying and neutering of adopted pets.

The Vidalia Animal Shelter only euthanizes animals as a last resort and has been threatened by the state in the past because of overcrowding as a result of that policy.