Delaware County Animal Shelters Steps in After Pets Left Homeless From La. Flooding

A Delaware County animal shelter is stepping in after several pets were left homeless after extreme Louisiana flooding. Now, those pets are on their way to finding their forever homes.

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The Delco shelter raised money to transport the animals and is now taking in more than 30 cats and dogs.
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A Delaware County animal shelter is stepping in after several pets were left homeless because of extreme flooding in Louisiana.
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Now, Providence Animal Shelter has taken the animals in.
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Animal shelters in Louisiana were flooded and destroyed, leaving these animals stranded.
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The shelter says the next step is to get the animals vet care, and then adopted out to permanent homes.
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