(CBS) — Some of the 35 dogs rescued by workers in hazmat suits in May from a dilapidated house in north suburban Glencoe are finally ready for new homes. A number were offered for adoption at a fair Saturday in Winnetka.
Some of the dogs were playful. Some were shy. A number had infections that resulted in the loss of the tips of their ears and tails. But all have come a long way from the condition in which they were found. One lost an eye, another lost a leg. But the founder of the Tails of Hope Shelter, Kelly Moyer, says all have love to give.READ MORE: Naperville Police Searching For 3 Men Wanted In Jewelry Store Robbery
“They’re all beautiful,” Moyer said.