(CMR) 32 dogs and puppies from one household were surrendered to the Department of Agriculture on Wednesday. There will be an adoption drive this morning at several locations.
Various non-organizations are pleading for help to find the dogs good homes including Canine Friends Cayman. Some of dogs have already been adopted but many more require a foster home.
The Department of Agriculture has agreed to open up their facility in Lower Valley TODAY, Saturday September 8th, from 9 to 12 for potential foster's or adopters to meet the dogs to see if there is a good fit for you. Canine Friends Cayman will be on site with foster applications and assisting with the process.
On their Facebook page Canine Friends Cayman noted that DOA is “full to the brim and have reached out to us to help.”
One mother and her four puppies were adopted on Thursday and several other placements were made Friday. Casey Kelly from the group stated to the media yesterday:
â€śThe Department of Agriculture does not give us information on who owned the dogs. All we know is they all came from one house and that they were supposedly breeding them, even though most of them are mixed breed.â€ť
She also stressed on the organization's Facebook page:
“This is urgent. Save a life. Literally save a life.”