Agape and ARC Team Up to Bring Dogs Home for the Holidays

Agape Animal Rescue has joined forces with Animal Rescue Corps to help give animals rescued during a recent mill bust a better life.

Last week, Animal Rescue Corps assisted the Gibson County Sheriff’s Office to save nearly 100 dogs as part of Operation Home for the Holidays. These dogs are now being cared for by various foster organizations.

The animals, a variety of small breeds ranging from adults to newborns, were living in horrific neglect before the seizure. Without regular access to food, water, or necessary medicine, these pups were used for breeding and not much else.

But now they’re getting the love they need.

Agape’s amazing foster parents pulled together yet again to bring nine Operation Home for the Holidays dogs into our care. These dogs are already settling into their foster families and are another step closer to a forever home.

If you are looking to adopt one of the dogs from this operation please check back in the next few weeks to apply for adoption. It will take a few weeks for the dogs to be medically cleared for adoption.

For more information on Operation Home for the Holidays, please visit:

The Jackson Sun – Dogs Rescued Puppy Mill On Way to Rescue Partners

WSMV Fox – Animal Shelters Taking in Dogs Rescued From Gibson County Home

 
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