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Animals rescued after tornadoes head to Kentucky and Indiana

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Dozens of animals left homeless by the spring tornadoes in Alabama will arrive in Kentucky and southern Indiana where shelters have agreed to take care of them.

The Kentucky Humane Society and the New Albany-Floyd County Animal Shelter say almost 40 cats and dogs are expected to arrive Friday afternoon at the Louisville facility.

The shelters say the animals have been unclaimed by their owners and that although their shelters are full, foster volunteers are offering to take care of the animals.

For more information, visit http://www.kyhumane.org or http://www.nafcanimalshelter.org .


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