Rescue dogs from Houston arrive in Wisconsin


>>YOU HEAR ABOUT THE STORIES AND WHrtAT THE PEOPLE ARE GOING THROUGH, AND YOU THINK OF ALL OF THEIR ANIMALS AND I FrtEEL LIKE I AM HELPING TEXAS IF I TAKE AN ANIMAL THAT NEEDS A HOME CURED — NEEDS A HOME CURED ADRIENNE: rt– NEEDS A HOME. ADRIENNE: DAWN BRADY IS 12-YEAR-OLD BUTTERCUP’S NEW FOSTER MOM THROUGH THE HUMANE ANIMAL WELFARE SOCIETY IN WAUKESHA. BUTTERCUP AND MORE THAN 50 OTHER DOGS FLEW HERE FROM HOUSTON WHERE THEY WERE SITTING INrt SHELTERS. THE GOAL IS TO CLEAR THOSE TEXAS SHELTERS TO MAKE ROOM FOR DOGS SEPARATED FROM THEIR FAMILIES IN THE FLOODING.>>IF THOSE LOCAL DOGS WHO ARE SEPARATED FROM THEIR FAMILIES HAVE NO PLACE TO BE, THEN THATrt MEANS YOU’RE NOT GOING TO SEE THE REUNIONS WE’RE SEEING NOW. BECAUSE THOSE DOGS ARE IN LOCAL SHELTERS THEIR FAMILIES CAN FIND THEM, AND WErt’RE SEEING LOTS OF HAPPY ENDINGS HAPPENING IN TEXAS. >>KISSES, KISSES. >>rt SHE IS SHAKY. THEY ARE ON A FOUR HOUR PLANE RIDE, AND THEN THEY COME HERE AND THEY HAVE BATHS RIGHT AWAY. LOOK ATrt YOU. ADRIENNE: TRIXIE IS JUST ONE OF THE MANY DOGS HERE FROM TEXAS. THE PHONE HAS REALLY BEEN RINGING OFF THE HOOK. 200 PEOPLE HAVE VOLUNTEERED TO BE FrtOSTER PARENTS TO THESE GUYS AND GIRLS, AND OVER THE NEXT FEW, DOGS LIKE TRIXIE WILL BE

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