Rescued canines and cats from Kentucky tornadoes up for adoption at Brandywine Valley SPCA


WILMINGTON, Delaware (WPVI) — Dozens of canines and cats who survived the lethal tornadoes in Kentucky have made their approach to the Brandywine Valley SPCA in Delaware looking for a endlessly dwelling…

And earlier than the doorways may even open Wednesday, individuals had been already lined up and able to undertake.


Emily Gomer was first in line on the New Fort shelter this morning, able to take a candy tan pet again to her household farm.

She says she follows the shelter’s social media pages, and immediately fell in love with little Buck.

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“I noticed they had been rescuing these from Kentucky and I simply noticed the image of them and knew I needed to have one in every of them,” she mentioned.

The native group traveled to Kentucky this previous weekend to move animals already on the shelters, in order that the Kentucky Humane Society may proceed rescuing and reuniting pets with their homeowners.


The tornadoes killed dozens of individuals and demolished hundreds of properties, the clear up is way from over.

“We weren’t in a position to get a flight round that rapidly, so our crew actually stepped up. And we loaded up the bus with every thing we wanted and we had been on the street in lower than 24 hours to get down there,” mentioned Communications Supervisor, Arynn Brucie.


The no-kill shelter says their bus can carry about 120 animals, in order that they estimate that is what number of they rescued.

Given the variety of individuals lined up exterior earlier than the doorways opened, the shelter estimated that many of the animals would get adopted, however say they will have extra up for adoption this week.

To view animals up for adoption, go to:

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