20 Dogs From Storm-Ravaged Kentucky Arrive In Massachusetts


Photo: Courtesy of Rob Halpin

SALEM, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) – A week after two organizations joined forces to relocate 100 cats to Massachusetts from Kentucky, 20 dogs are also headed to Northeast Animal Shelter (NEAS).

The pups had been living at the Kentucky Humane Society and are expected to arrive at NEAS’ shelter in Salem sometime Wednesday evening. After being driven up to the Bay State by staffers in two cargo vans, the dogs will serve a mandatory 48-hour quarantine in the shelter before being put up for adoption.

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The dogs, who range in age from 13 weeks to three years old, are a mixture of Terriers, Beagles, Cattle Dogs, Labs, Boxers and more. MSPCA and NEAS hope the pooches will find their forever homes before the end of the holidays. Anyone interested in adopting can visit NEAS’ Kentucky Pets website.

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