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SPCA 50 dogs in Monroe, ASPCA 61 coming from Arkansas: so many to adopt!

Oscar is a 3-year-old Pekingese at the SPCA in Monroe, CT.

SPCA of Connecticut Issues Urgent Appeal To Quickly Find Homes For Nearly 50 Dogs After Receiving Court Order From Town Of Monroe, CT

(Monroe, CT)  The SPCA of Connecticut, Inc. issued an emergency adoption appeal today to communities throughout the region to help the find suitable homes for nearly 50 dogs due to an ongoing legal campaign by the Town of Monroe, CT.  The order instructs the no-kill animal shelter in operation for over 12 years to limit housing to 29 dogs. There are presently over 80 pets housed at the facility.

The SPCA of Connecticut is presently located at 359 Spring Hill Road, Monroe, CT, 06468. For more information about the SPCA of Connecticut,  click on SPCA for their website, or email or call (203) 445-9978.

Here are more pictures of dogs to be adopted at SPCA in Monroe:

Regis is up for adoption at SPCA in Monroe, CT.Boo Boo ( hopefully change to Happy!) is up for adoption at SPCA in Monroe, CT.

Bruiser is up for adoption at SPCA in Monroe, CT.

Jack is up for adoption at SPCA in Monroe, CT.

Sadie is up for adoption at SPCA in Monroe, CT.

Player is up for adoption at SPCA in Monroe, CT.

And there are 80 dogs waiting to find a home! Find a new best friend, a wonderful Valentine present.  SPCA is at 359 Spring Hill Road, Monroe, phone is (203)445-9978.

Second Part of ASPCA Transport from Arkansas has arrived at Pets Alive Westchester in Elmsford N.Y. The first part from Arkansas was in December.

The second part of an ASPCA Transport operation bought 61 dogs from Arkansas arrive at Pets Alive in Elmsford, N.Y.  In addition to the 22 remaining dogs coming from JP Ranch, Pets Alive decided to reach out to other rescue groups. The ASPCA filled the transport vehicle so that more homeless dogs in the Southeast could have a second chance at a loving home in the Northeast.

There now are 39 additional dogs coming from the following rescue organizations:

Of the original 53 dogs from the December transport, 42 have already been adopted from Pets Alive.  The other 11 are still waiting for a loving home, and soon will be greeted by their Arkansas pals. Some of the dogs will be brought to Pets Alive in Middletown, N.Y. over the next several days to be placed up for adoption.

Helen Neafsey