|Published:||Mar 07, 2011 7:32 AM EST|
|Updated:||Mar 07, 2011 4:34 AM EST|
NAPLES, Fla.-The animals rescued from hoarders in Alabama will be put up for adoption this Tuesday. The Naples Humane Society says they're surprised by the animals' remarkable recovery.
"They are much more relaxed today," Marcia Huff, a dog trainer for the Naples Humane Society.
Today, workers and volunteers of the nonprofit organization gave the animals baths and trimmed their nails.
"I don't feel there is any animal here who is not adoptable," said Kathy Gumph, an adoption counselor for the Naples Humane Society.
The public can now interact with the 14 dogs and 23 cats that were rescued from the horrible abuse case.They've undergone physicals and have received medical treatments.
"From what I've seen all of these dogs are gentle. There are some that are fearful but I think most will pass their temperament test and be wonderful animals," Huff told WINK News.
Some of the animals have medical conditions, but the humane society says they're treatable.
For information about the adoption process click on this link: http://www.collierhumanesoc.org/site/PageServer?pagename=HSCCAdoptionCenter