Rescue dogs need help due to flooding

GRAVES COUNTY, KY — A local non-profit that help rescues dogs is in need.

Saving Death Row Dogs KY in McCracken County had to evacuate because of flooding.

Twenty-three dogs from the rescue are now being housed in a shelter in Graves County.

But many supplies could not be saved from flooding.

Jenna Cook, who runs the rescue, says they need food, bedding, and blankets.

Volunteers will be a Rural King in Paducah on Thursday from 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. and Friday from Noon – 3:00 p.m. to take donations.

You can also reach out to Saving Death Row Dogs Kentucky by calling or texting 731-446-1661.

They can also be reached on Facebook here and here.

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