Monmouth SPCA rescues dogs from Hurricane Florence
The Monmouth SPCA has rescued 15 dogs deemed homeless from North and South Carolina to save them from Hurricane Florence.
The SPCA plans to bring as many as 45 more dogs to New Jersey. In addition they are starting a collection of items for shelters that have been damaged by Hurricane Florence.
Supplies will be sent down in transport trucks and the additional dogs will be brought back in those trucks.
A Hurricane Relief Amazon Wishlist has been created by the SPCA.
Supplies that are needed include: paper towels, small animal supplies, clean drink water, dog and cat food and collapsible crates.
They can also be dropped off at the SPCA location in Eatontown. The address is 260 Wall Street.
The dogs will be spayed and neutered and will then be ready to be seen and adopted by the public.
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