A Texas lawmaker proposes letting healthy cats and dogs used for research be adopted, not euthanized, after they retire. This photo is of Petey, a male purebred Boxer not used for research, who was up for adoption last year.
A Texas lawmaker proposes letting healthy cats and dogs used for research be adopted, not euthanized, after they retire. This photo is of Petey, a male purebred Boxer not used for research, who was up for adoption last year. Paul Moseley pmoseley@star-telegram.com
A Texas lawmaker proposes letting healthy cats and dogs used for research be adopted, not euthanized, after they retire. This photo is of Petey, a male purebred Boxer not used for research, who was up for adoption last year. Paul Moseley pmoseley@star-telegram.com

Research dogs and cats are often put to death. She’d like to give them a second chance

March 20, 2017 9:55 AM

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