DENVER, Colo. (KRDO) -- A group of dogs that had been up for adoption in the state of Kentucky has migrated to Denver in their search for a forever home.
Denver's Dumb Friend's League says they've been taking in dozens of those dogs ever since severe flooding hit the blue grass state earlier this month.
The shelter's taken in 19 dogs from the Kentucky Humane Society shelter. It's part of an effort to spread the animals throughout the country as shelters in Kentucky try to make more room for animals still arriving from flooded areas.
The dogs should be up for adoption soon after they've been through a health evaluation.
The dumb friends league is also accepting donations for supplies