SAUK COUNTY (WKOW) -- The policies of an embattled animal shelter in Sauk County will get another look Monday night.
Dozens of people concerned about Sauk County Humane Society's euthanasia rate are expected to pack into a regular board meeting at the shelter.
Last year, the humane society's kill rate topped 50 percent. Other area shelters had rates between five and 15 percent.
Board members are expected to hear concerns about the adoption process, current shelter leadership and the Sauk County Humane Society's overall reputation.
Shelter President Debra Madalon defends its operations, saying staff members care deeply about animals and do all they can to save them.
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