Floodwater ousts pets from shelter

Flooding has created roadblocks for Loving Care Rescue animal shelter in Somerset County.Destruction from flooding has made life even more difficult for animals in need.

GREEN BROOK - Flooding has created roadblocks for Loving Care Rescue animal shelter in Somerset County.

Destruction from flooding has made life even more difficult for animals in need. It broke down fences enclosing the run where dogs exercise. Unless insurance covers the cost, there is no money available for repairs.

For now the non-profit will be walking each of the dogs as they look for a way to make the necessary repairs. The shelter can be reached at 908-420-0134.

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