Of feral dogs, and feral Westerners

Thompson, Jonathan
May 2007
High Country News;5/28/2007, Vol. 39 Issue 10, p27
The author reflects on the inadequacy of government support in Delta County, Colorado. He mentions that there is a lack of tax-supported animal shelter, health insurance, and medical facilities, as well as poor education, underfunded mental health care. Thus, he noted the presence of substance abusers and ferral dogs.


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