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Urgent plea for help from flooded animal shelter in Limassol

Limassol’s Happy Hound Rescue dog shelter is facing an urgent need of volunteers to take in puppies in dire danger due to the imminent risk of the shelter’s premises flooding, it announced on Monday afternoon.
The shelter’s manager, Elpida, has issued a desperate plea for some 200 animals inside the flooding shelter.
“We need people to provide a home for these dogs, especially the puppies – they’re going to die from the cold if we can’t find people to take them in,” she told the Cyprus Mail. “Even temporary homes will do right now.”
Torrential rain in the Limassol district on Monday has created a stream threatening to flood the shelter, posing a grave risk for the animals.
The shelter is urging people to spread the word. Anyone interested in helping can call the shelter on 96399484.

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