The path to making Chicago a 'no kill' city for animals

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CHICAGO -- Steps are being taken to make Chicago more animal friendly.

Hear from 15th Ward Alderman Raymond Lopez, who proposed a plan to make Chicago a 'no kill' city for animals in shelters.  He also came up with a plan to return lost pets to their owners, instead of sending them to the shelter.

He's joined by pet expert Steve Dale, Host of "Steve Dale's Pet World" on WGN Radio.



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