On March 2, a team of UAN’s Emergency Animal Rescue Service (EARS) volunteers joined The Humane Society of the United States and the Bowling Green-Warren County Humane Society (BGWC) to care for more than 125 dogs rescued from horrific conditions at an Adair County hoarding situation.
Three-hundred dogs were rescued from a former school house in Columbia, Kentucky earlier in the week, and rescue groups throughout the state were able to take in many of these animals. After local resources had been tapped, the BGWC Humane Society reached out to The HSUS for assistance in transporting, sheltering and placing these needy animals. The HSUS then called in UAN to assist with the sheltering needs of the approximately 125 dogs.
Photo this post courtesy Miranda Pederson, Bowling Green Daily News