Thrive Animal Rescue recently saved over 60 dogs from Louisiana amidst the devastating floods, where over 4,000 adoptable animals are in kill shelters with a euthanasia rate of 90 percent. With the help of another rescue group, Acadiana Animal Aid, Thrive was able to organize shelter runs and save dogs just moments before they were scheduled to be euthanized.

Following their arrival in San Diego, the dogs were spayed and neutered and sent to one of several rescues that agreed to take them in while they await adoption. Nineteen dogs went to Rancho Coastal Humane Society, 20 went to SPOT, and 20 stayed with Thrive. Thrive is a nonprofit adoption organization founded by 92130’s Cece Bloum to save abandoned dogs from shelters and place them in loving homes. To learn more about their #FloodedWithLove campaign or for more information about how to donate, foster, volunteer, or adopt visit