LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) – Dozens of dogs that were rescued from hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico will be up for adoption soon in Colorado.
At the Larimer County Humane Society on Thursday staff were giving twelve of the adult dogs and puppies medical care. They say the animals will be up for adoption soon. The shelter in Loveland was were one of six different Colorado facilities that welcomes dogs and cats from the U.S. territory.
The Dumb Friends League in Denver also has some of the dogs that were forced to leave their homes in Puerto Rico because of Hurricane Maria and many of them will be available this weekend. The animals will be featured on their website when they are ready for adoption.