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Posted: Thursday, April 3, 2014 6:00 am | Updated: 7:55 pm, Thu Apr 3, 2014.

Santa Fe Animal Shelter teaches kindness for all living things

Watching kids interact with animals is like watching love in action. According to Mary Martin, executive director of Santa Fe Animal Shelter, it’s easy to see that most children love animals. That’s why the shelter, located on a 100-acre campus on Caja del Rio Road, not only welcomes children, it also actively encourages them to learn first-hand about animals and the shelter.

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