CLEVELAND – Earlier this month 69 animals were rescued from a hoarding situation in Gallia County, Ohio.
The animals were moved to a temporary shelter, but other shelters were needed to help care for the animals and find them placement in new homes.
On Tuesday night, the Cleveland APL took in 8 dogs and 4 puppies.
The dogs will all be evaluated before going to foster homes. The four puppies are already in a foster home and will stay there until they’re old enough to be adopted.
“The Cleveland APL is proud to be a part of statewide efforts to rescue animals like these poor dogs who deserve a better life,” said Sharon Harvey, President & CEO of the Cleveland APL.