Some good news amid the incessant chaos:
Volunteers at the Friends of Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control erupted in joyful celebration over a completely empty kennel.
The milestone happened at the West Palm Beach, Florida, shelter’s stray housing and adoption overflow kennel, where all of the dogs were happily adopted.
Many shelters have been reporting an increase in animal adoptions, amid the country’s shelter-in-place orders.
LOVE THIS! For the first time in its history, a South Florida animal shelter’s kennels are completely empty after EVERY GOOD DOG was adopted ❤ STORY: https://t.co/1V4ELixviY pic.twitter.com/NTA2US7Lw0
— FOX 5 DC (@fox5dc) April 15, 2020