Volunteers sleep overnight at shelter to experience life of a rescue dog
A shelter in Massachusetts held humans behind bars for a good cause.
Cape Ann Animal Aid's second annual "Night Without a Family" event invited volunteers to stay at its no-kill shelter for a day and night in a bid to understand what dogs without forever homes experience.
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More than 50 community members gathered at the shelter to watch as five volunteers and one staff member took part in the challenge.