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Animals Involved in WTH Hoarding Now Up for Adpotion

Over 20 dogs were rescued from the home, and now they're up for adoption. The Terre Haute Humane Society has cared for and cleaned the pets. Now they're healthy so it's time to find their new family.

Earlier this summer we told you about an animal hoarding case out of West Terre Haute.

Over 20 dogs were rescued from the home, and now they're up for adoption.

The Terre Haute Humane Society has cared for and cleaned the pets.       
   
Now they're healthy so  it's time to find their new family.
   
Because there were such a large number of animals in this one case, the shelter has relied heavily on fosters.
   
Officials say it truly takes the community to make sure each animal gets a second chance.

"We typically run at capacity every day, so when we have situations like this where 23 animals are in desperate need we have to rely heavily on Fosters to come in and help us out," said Charles Brown, of the Terre Haute Humane Society.

Since many of these animals are in foster care, if you're looking to adopt one, contact the shelter ahead of time to set up a meeting.
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