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'Wings Of Rescue' Rescue 32 Dogs From Kill-Shelter In California, Dogs Now In Kootenai County

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KOOTENAI COUNTY, Idaho - There are 32 dogs looking for a loving family to go home with. They arrived at the Kootenai Humane Society Saturday afternoon thanks to volunteers from the non-profit "Wings Of Rescue".  These dogs were flown to Kootenai County from Sacramento California because of overcrowded shelters.

The Kootenai Humane Society has a no-kill policy sparing the lives of these cute little guys. These dogs will soon be available for adoption. They have to be checked by a veterinarian, get a behavior assessment, get their shots and be neutered before they can be adopted..

The first adoptions will happen later this week and into next week. If you're interested in adopting call the Kootenai Humane Society at 208-772-4019.
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