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Rescued dogs to be available for adoption to new homes


Forty-six dogs rescued from unsafe and unsanitary conditions in Jefferson County, Arkansas, are recovering and preparing for placement in new, loving homes.

Kim Alboum, director of the Emergency Placement Partners program for The Humane Society of the United States, said:

“Our Emergency Placement Partners are a crucial element in The HSUS’ national mission to rescue animals from cruelty situations. Our partners in Florida and Tennessee are ready and waiting to get these pups started on the next part of their journey.”

The HSUS is providing financial assistance to the organizations taking in these survivors of cruelty and neglect. The animals will be moved to the following Emergency Placement Partners, where they will be healing and awaiting adoption:

  • Florida: Alachua County Humane Society, Humane Society of Naples, Humane Society of Tampa Bay, Humane Society of Sarasota County, SPCA Tampa Bay, Tri-County Animal Rescue
  • Tennessee: Humane Educational Society

Media Contact: Samantha Miller: 301-258-1466; smiller@humanesociety.org


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