A South Florida high school which rescues dogs is in of a little rescuing themselves. This summer Felix Varela Senior High in Kendall will under go renovations. While its great for the school, it’s bad for the 80 or so dogs who live there in kennels as a part of the veterinary sciences program.
A total of 80 dogs, said to be living in filthy cages, were rescued early Tuesday morning by Miami-Dade County Animal Services.
In the recent summer months, the number of abandoned pets has spiked so high, the Miami-Dade county animal shelter has waived adoption fees for the weekend in hopes of preventing pets from euthanization.
If you’re looking for a new four legged friend, Miami-Dade Animal Services has resumed pet adoptions after being shut down for weeks due to an outbreak of Canine Distemper.