Over 140 abandoned, homeless pets flown from Puerto Rico to find new 'fur-ever' homes in the Hudson Valley

All the animals were rescued from the streets and beaches of Puerto Rico or pulled from the Island's overcrowded municipal shelters.

News 12 Staff

Dec 12, 2022, 2:23 AM

Updated 533 days ago

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Over 140 cats and dogs landed at the Westchester County Airport from Puerto Rico on Sunday to get new "fur-ever" homes ahead of Christmas.
Pet transport charity Wings of Rescue flew the abandoned and homeless pets from The Sato Project in Puerto Rico.
All the animals were rescued from the streets and beaches of Puerto Rico or pulled from the Island's overcrowded municipal shelters.
The Sato Project says all the animals completed 30 days of quarantine, were vetted for communicable and infectious diseases, vaccinated and spayed or neutered.
The animals are also all microchipped and ready to be adopted. 


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