LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB)-- Some dogs that survived an Alabama tornado in April, are officially ready to be adopted here in Louisville.
Eighteen dogs left homeless by the spring tornadoes arrived at the Kentucky Humane Society last Friday.
They became ready for adoption Sunday. So far, four have found homes.
Ten of the dogs are waiting on spay or neuter surgeries and will be available soon.
"I can't say if it's going to be tomorrow or Tuesday or the end of next week, but we want them to be healthy before they go out that door," said John McGary.
Most of those dog are at the shelter on Steedly Drive.
There is another at the Dixie Highway location.
Twenty more tornado dogs and cats were taken to the New Albany- Floyd County Animal Shelter.
624 W. Muhammad Ali BlvdLouisville, KY 40203