Dogs gathered around Randy Skaggs, who runs a no-kill animal shelter in Elliott County. Skaggs began bringing animals to his shelter more than 20 years ago. He now houses more than 150 dogs and 80 cats. The dogs consume more than 200 pounds of food each day while the cats eat 40 pounds. His shelter sustained damage, top, during recent flooding.
Dogs gathered around Randy Skaggs, who runs a no-kill animal shelter in Elliott County. Skaggs began bringing animals to his shelter more than 20 years ago. He now houses more than 150 dogs and 80 cats. The dogs consume more than 200 pounds of food each day while the cats eat 40 pounds. His shelter sustained damage, top, during recent flooding. Randy Snyder
Dogs gathered around Randy Skaggs, who runs a no-kill animal shelter in Elliott County. Skaggs began bringing animals to his shelter more than 20 years ago. He now houses more than 150 dogs and 80 cats. The dogs consume more than 200 pounds of food each day while the cats eat 40 pounds. His shelter sustained damage, top, during recent flooding. Randy Snyder