WKRG-TV reports (http://bit.ly/PezkHM ) the group SouthBARK got a letter from county officials last week saying the group would no longer be allowed to pull dogs from the shelter for adoption. SouthBARK president Emily Thompson says her group has helped hundreds of animals at the shelter find homes.
Mobile County spokeswoman Nancy Johnson says the decision wasn't arbitrary. She says SouthBARK had posted photos of dogs that weren't eligible for adoption and made untrue statements that caused the shelter to be flooded with disruptive phone calls.
Thompson denies her group made false claims about the shelter.