Westchester SPCA: Puppies still available after adoption push

Dozens of puppies rescued from the brink of death got a second chance at life at the SPCA of Westchester's "Adoption Extravaganza" this week, but many of them are still looking for loving homes.

Fifty rescued puppies that would have been euthanized in Mississippi and Georgia were brought up to Westchester for the adoption push.

SPCA officials say that many other dogs and cats, along with those not adopted yesterday, are still available at their Briarcliff Manor location. For more information of the SPCA and how you can adopt, click here.

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