PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Pets from storm-stricken Louisiana will soon be ready for new homes in our area.Join Us For Our Candidate Conversation With Jack Ciattarelli Tonight At 7 p.m. On CBSN New York
Workers from the Long Island-based rescue shelter traveled to the Gulf Region to bring the animals north.
“There is a lot of rural areas in Louisiana that just don’t have the capability of taking care of animals with medical issues. Puppies are being euthanized daily. We were able to take back a mom and nine pups,” a man with the North Shore Animal League said.READ MORE: De Blasio Administration 'Disappointed' With Judge's Decision To Temporarily Stop Plan To Change City Retiree Health Benefits
The North Shore Animal League is now setting up adoptions by appointment only.
For more information, visit animalleague.org.
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