The Glynn County Animal shelter is open today after being closed yesterday due to an outbreak of ringworm in the cat population. Animal control manager Julie Holmes-Taylor developed a plan of action for dealing with the outbreak that called for the shelter closing while rooms are cleaned as well as quarantining the cats for three weeks during treatment. Several local veterinarians helped to get the issue under control. The Shelter is open today but is only accepting strays, no voluntary owner surrenders.
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