Released Inmates Help Shelter Animals Get Second Chances

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Henry Smith walks past rows of kennels housing hundreds of Baton Rouge's lost and abandoned dogs. Some dogs poke their noses through the bars or bark loudly for attention while others sit quietly, uncertain of their new surroundings.

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