New nonprofit works to help control population of cats, dogs

Kelsey Walling/Tribune-Herald Action 4 Animals volunteer Lei-Meisha Dasalla gives Sandy a treat while she socializes with students last week at the UH-Hilo campus. Sandy was visiting the campus from the Rainbow Friends Animal Sanctuary.

A new animal rescue and advocacy group is working to get more dogs and cats adopted to help control the animal population on the Big Island.