By CBS3 Staff


PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Advocates outside of City Hall Monday demanded change at Philadelphia’s only open-intake shelter. Those participating in the rally say ACCT Philly is not getting adequate funding from the city to help homeless cats and dogs.

Advocates say the building is in deplorable condition and there’s not adequate space for the dogs and cats.

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Participants are asking city leaders to delegate more funds to the homeless animals.