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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Dozens of dogs rescued from a puppy mill last month will be made available for adoption through the Kentucky Humane Society, according to a press release from the ASPCA.
KHS President and CEO Lori Redmon says the humane society will make several of the 27 dogs and two cats available for adoption as soon as this weekend. The rest of the animals will be ready for adoption after they are spayed and neutered.
Workers from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals have worked to improve the behavior of the dogs, which received medical attention and housing from the Kentucky Humane Society.
More than 40 dogs were rescued from Dream Catcher Kennels in Nancy, Ky. on Jan. 21. The remaining dogs will be transferred to CAHS in Columbus, Ohio for adoption.
Dennis Bradley, the owner and operator of Dream Catcher Kennels, pleaded guilty to animal cruelty in the second degree.