“She shot out and ran straight for me and that was it for me,” she said. “Knowing that she is alive and survived is such a relief and we get to go home tomorrow because we finally found a place to live.”
In addition to housing pets that were displaced, the center also has stockpiled pet food, bowls, leashes, cages, toys and treats for anyone affected by recent storms to come and take if they need it.
The center is still in need of volunteers to help walk and feed dogs. They are also looking for a laundry service to help them with all of their dirty laundry.
Chancellor-Pacheco said she'll continue to work long hours to make sure all the animals have what they need until they are reunited with their family or adopted by a new one.
“Every morning I get here at 6 a.m. to make sure each dog is getting what they need,” she said. “I feel completely withdrawn from the world right now because all my time has been dedicated to making sure these animals are being taken care of but I don't feel like I'm giving up anything.”
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