ATLANTA, Ga. -- To look at the Fulton County Jail, one would never think this is the place people come to change. More likely, they would say that this is the place peolple wind up because they wouldn't change.
Susan Jacobs Meadows, the Executive Director of Canine Cellmates says, "You can see they start to change how they feel about themselves. The goal is to open their eyes to possibilities that they never conceived of for themselves."
In a large room, a few inmates are busy working with dogs. Vandez McCloudy is one of those inmates. At 18 years old, this is his fourth stint in jail. He works with a dog named Bentley.