Dogs rescued from floods in Louisiana looking for homes in Kansas City

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MERRIAM, Kan. -- A group of furry, lovable dogs arrived in Kansas City from the Bayou on Thursday.

They were rescued from the flooding in Baton Rouge and now need a good home.

Great Plains SPCA took in a total of 28 new dogs from Louisiana, but the challenge is how to take care of them when the shelter is already full. The shelter also says they need funds to help provide food and care for the dogs.

Thanks to a small group of local families acting as our MATCH Partners, every dollar donated between now and October 15 will be matched up to $200,000 so that the shelter can help the animals.

Click here to donate. 

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