December 6, 2013
MOBILE, Ala. (AP) - Mobile's animal shelter is trying to find homes for many of the 82 dogs confiscated March 25 in an animal cruelty investigation.
Jackie Wells, assistant director of the City of Mobile Animal
Shelter, says there are about 36 dogs in the group still available
She said PetSmart Charities is assisting the shelter in providing a free veterinarian's check and age-appropriate vaccines.
The dogs also will be spayed or neutered at no charge to the
Wells says officials from Shelby and Jackson counties are coming
to Mobile on Thursday to take some of the dogs, which were taken
from a man and a woman who were later charged with animal cruelty.
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