While the temperatures continue to drop, a total of 136 dogs and cats were rescued from a remote part in Saskatchewan. Rescuers had to go to the area after they got a call about these poor animals.
– A total of 126 stray cats and dogs were taken from Saskatchewan.
– The dogs and cats could have died due to the freezing temperatures.
– The dogs and cats will soon be up for adoption.
Animal rescue groups were deployed to the area to get to the stray dogs and cats. If it weren’t for the call and for the initiative of the rescue groups, the dogs and cats could have frozen to death. It took the rescuers more than six hours to get all the stray dogs and cats they could find. The cats and doggos were taken to Alberta and were placed in kennels. Some of the rescue groups posted photos of these animals on Twitter in an attempt to have them adopted.
The dogs and cats also received veterinary care. Twenty-two of them will undergo spay and neuter and will soon be available for adoption.
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