Earlier this month, 65 beagles were rescued from a hoarding situation in Allentown, Pa. when police received a noise complaint, where they thought about 25 dogs were inside of a residential home.
After six hours, 65 beagles were found inside the home and eventually brought to the Lehigh County Humane Society. A woman had been breeding them without a license and had passed away last month.
Each beagle has been evaluated and they will continue to spay and neuter each one.
According to ABC6 News, Mary Shafer, the executive director of the Humane Society says they ran out of room to store anything but monetary donations are needed. There have been cards sent to the society from people all over the country, keeping morale up for the staff.
Each dog should be ready for adoption hopefully by next week, so keep on the lookout.
It was originally stated that 71 dogs were found, but a few of the dogs were accounted for twice.