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Published on Nov 3, 2010
Seventy three tattered little dogs are in the care of the Nebraska Humane Society after local authorities confiscated them from overcrowded and unsanitary conditions at a Cortland, Nebraska rescue. Some were originally "rescued" from puppy mills, others were left by owners who could no longer afford their care. But the "rescuer" couldn't handle the numbers and quickly became overwhelmed.
Now, tucked into clean kennels they will finally get the care they deserve--nutritious food, pain management, and treatment for lice, parasites and skin issues as they await their day in court. It could take months, and thousands of dollars to care for these little dogs who have had no one to champion them. Still, we couldn't turn our backs...can you ?