Pets displaced in SC flood brought to shelter in NC

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STATESVILLE, N.C. — Dozens of dogs in South Carolina are without homes after this weekend’s flooding destroyed a shelter.

Now officials are scrambling to find them a place to live.

When the storm hit, part of the ground washed away at the Lee County animal shelter in Bishopville. The Humane Society rescue team has already moved nearly two dozen dogs out and some of them will go to a shelter in Statesville.

Read more: WSOC

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