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Humane society seeks foster homes for large animal rescue operation

LITTLEFIELD, TX (KCBD) -

The Humane Society of West Texas is looking for foster homes and donations for several animals.

Over the next few days they are rescuing approximately 30 to 40 dogs, cats and goats from a "hoarding situation." They will be picked up and given preliminary vet care. A Littlefield woman is willingly giving up the animals, and she is the one who contacted the Humane Society needing help.

The Humane Society is also asking for donations of cages, crates and carriers.

The dogs are all mixed breeds: 4 primarily Great Pyrenees mixes, several Rottweiler mixes, 4 Border Collies, some Bichons, poodles, a Chihuahua pup, and mixed breed puppies. In addition, there are a number of kittens and approximately 6-8 adult cats. 

To participate call Mary Hatfield at 806-790-8276 with any questions. People can take donations to 5106 Ave. T.

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