In the midst of lockdown loneliness, pet adoptions have surged. Earlier this year, NBC launched a nationwide campaign dubbed “Clear the Shelters,” which has seen some 140,611 pets adopted to date throughout the United States since August. Over 130 rescued dogs and cats arrived in New Jersey earlier this month, where the Morristown Airport accepted a special delivery from Puerto Rico. These soon-to-be-adopted pets touched down on Oct. 10 thanks to the hard work of the Sato Project, Wings of Rescue, Grounds and Hounds, and Greater Good Charities. After being rescued from the streets of Puerto Rico, where earthquakes and tropical storms have impacted already-overburdened shelters, the stray cats and dogs will soon find forever homes in New Jersey and the surrounding area. Most of the animals were prematched with would-be pet owners before boarding the plane, and many families were able to greet their furry new additions at the …


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