Organization rescuing pets from Afghanistan completes fundraising, 11 dogs headed to Maine – The National Desk

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A mission to fly more than 300 hundred rescue dogs and cats from Afghanistan to the U.S. with some headed for Maine is officially fully funded and ready to take off.

The group Kabul Small Animal Rescue posted on their Facebook page that they have met their goal of $815,000.

Passion for Pets in Brunswick will provide vet care for 11 dogs, then put them up for adoption.

“We told them that we would help with 10. We ended up taking 11. You know, we’d love to find these dogs homes right away,” Leann Ryan with Passion for Pets said.

Kabul Small Animal Rescue Founder Charlotte Maxwell-Jones says with new and more restrictive laws for allowing dogs into the U.S. taking effect in August, it is imperative to get these Kabul rescue pets on the June 2 flight.

If you’d like to help, or even adopt one, here are the links to where you can donate and how you can adopt one of these dogs.

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