Parma shelter asking for help after taking in pets rescued Hurricane Michael

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PARMA, Ohio - The Northeast Ohio SPCA is asking for help after taking in animals from two recent hurricanes that hit the U.S.

Last week the shelter received 39 dogs and cats from Georgia. They previously took in animals rescued during Hurricane Florence as well.

The shelter now has around 80 animals.

A representative with the shelter tells Fox 8 most of the puppies from the recent hurricanes have been adopted, but they are looking for homes for their older dogs.

The shelter is asking for donations. It needs linens, comforters, pillow cases, blankets, towels, dog toys and food and water bowls.

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