Puppies, kittens among 100 Tennessee animals rescued by Animal Rescue Corps
NASHVILLE, Tenn.--The nonprofit Animal Rescue Corps (ARC) says they have rescued nearly 100 of Tennessee's most-vulnerable animals as part of "Operation Out of the Cold."
The group rescued 37 animals on Thursday alone, the third rescue operation they've conducted in five days.
Five canine mothers with a total of 30 puppies were rescued from the Memphis area on Thursday and a couple living in an RV that could not afford to care for two kittens also surrendered the kittens to ARC.
The rescued animals have been taken to the Rescue Operations Center in Lebanon where they will receive veterinary exams, any needed vaccinations, and medical treatment.
They will then be transferred to rescue organizations and shelters for adoption.