Last week the DeWitt County Board hired Tony Harris as a part-time animal shelter administrator.
Tony Harris will be splitting his time with CENCOM and the animal shelter. He hopes to take a more hands-off approach once he hires staff for the shelter.
Harris indicated the shelter had been closed for about a month before his appointment. Currently, the shelter has two dogs and three cats that are awaiting adoption.
The animal shelter works very closely with Second Chance for Pets. Harris is very thankful for this partnership and is looking forward to continuing the partnership.
Harris notes he is currently hiring for the warden position. He is looking for someone who has previous experience working with animals.
To learn more about the animals currently up for adoption at the shelter, visit secondchanceforpets.com or find the Friends of the DeWitt County Animal Shelter Facebook page.