Just days after being rescued from a home in Fountain Inn, many viewers have been asking how to help the more than 140 dogs who were found alive.
As of Tuesday afternoon, the staff at Greenville County Animal Care said the animals are receiving medical care for their many ailments they received after a lifetime of alleged neglect and malnourishment so they can't be adopted just yet.
Although you can't bring one of these rescued pups home, Sheri Simmons from the shelter said there are plenty of options for people to help the dogs.
"Monetary donations are the most helpful ways to support the animals, of course fostering some of the animals until they find new homes, but we have lots of wonderful cats and dogs that are filling our cages here, and we need them to find good homes as quickly as possible before the animals from the puppy mill take over their cages," Simmons said.
Also, the Shelter has a Facebook page showcase the animals that will need to be adopted quickly or they unfortunately will be put down to make room for other animals, check the link here: https://www.facebook.com/gcpetrescue
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