A shelter in Kerrville is looking for help after 49 canines were rescued from an alleged animal abuse case.
KERRVILLE, Texas (KTRV) – Officials in Kerrville, Texas, said dozens of animals were rescued from an alleged animal cruelty case.
Kerrville Animal Care Services and Kerrville Pets Alive are assisting the 49 seized pets.
To create place in the shelter for the 49 dogs, six dogs from the shelter were transported to the ag barn rather than euthanized. One of the six dogs found a new home. The 49 canines are small-breed dogs, such as Chihuahuas and terriers, who are being held for court hearings and are not available for adoption Karen Guerriero, president of Kerrville Pets Alive, stated.
Kerrville Pets Alive is in need of assistance with the care of these dogs and is looking for volunteers to help out at the ag barn. If you are interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Call 830-257-3100 if you're interested in adopting a puppy from Animal Care Services.