DETROIT – Nearly 50 dogs found new homes on Friday.
Now Detroit Animal Care and Control hopes another dozen will find new families on Saturday.
“Right now what we’re seeing is the pandemic baby boom of dogs,” said Mark Kumpf, director of Detroit Animal Care and Control.
That means shelters are at capacity.
“That litter has nowhere to go but here,” said Kumpf.
During the pandemic when many veterinarian offices were closed Detroit Animal Care and Control spayed and neutered more than 2,000 animals.
“All the shelters are full this isn’t just us it’s Michigan Humane, Anti Cruelty Society all