Animal Shelters Full Of Pets Frightened By Fireworks

Animal shelters across the country see an increase in strays they take in around 4th of July each year.

Front Street Animal Shelter says it's taken in over 100 stray animals since the beginning of July - mostly pets that were spooked by fireworks and ran away from the loud bangs.

Most of the pets the shelter's taken in aren't microchipped, which makes returning them to their owners nearly impossible.

Keeping animals inside with a TV or music on is the best way to help furry friends keep their cool during 4th of July weekend.

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