I wrote a story yesterday about a Facebook rumor that the Noble animal shelter was closing, and that they planned to euthanize all the dogs.
The rumor was only partially true — the animal shelter wasn’t closing, but the plan was to euthanize some of the dogs if they weren’t adopted by today.
In a way, the Facebook rumor might have done more good than harm. Several people posted throughout the past few days about the urgent need to adopt the dogs at the shelter. And the Noble animal control officer reported today (via Facebook) that all of the dogs were either adopted or rescued:
A lot of animal lovers banded together via social media to get the word out about the dogs that needed homes. It’s great to see that their efforts were successful.
If you would like to help future animals of the Noble shelter, you can donate dry dog food and cat litter at the Noble Police Department at 115 N Second St. They cannot accept cash donations.