Each dog, in its own crate, was loaded onto a plane at Richmond International Airport and arrived at the Best Friends Animal Society’s 33,000-acre no-kill sanctuary in Kanab, Utah.
A spokesman for Best friends stated, “The one thing about these dogs that’s different is they can’t be put in group living situations like most of our dogs. So we’ve been spending the last few weeks clearing out some new areas where these dogs can have individual runs. They have indoor-outdoor access. They’re going to have a really nice home.”
An animal-care adviser at Best Friends added, “Iâ€™d like to see all these dogs get into homes and live happily ever after, on couches and sleeping in beds at night. Thatâ€™s what we work for.”