In Phoenix, Arizona, a rescue has been blacklisted from adopting from area shelters after they were caught adopting dogs from one shelter and bringing them to another.
“Kim’s Caring Hearts Rescue” raised concerns when county shelter staff realized they were adopting lots of dogs too often. As it turns out, many of the dogs who’d been “rescued” were really just re-located to shelters in other cities, where they faced the same potential fate: awaiting possibly euthanasia.
Some of the shelter dogs dumped by the rescue:
Luckily, this boy has been adopted.
Now, Kim’s Caring Heart Rescue has been blacklisted from adopting any more dogs.
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It is unclear why this rescue would be adopting more dogs than they could care for, but relocating them just put more strain on other shelters’ resources.
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