A central Kentucky animal shelter's plea for help has been answered.
We first told you about the situation at the Anderson County Humane Society earlier this month.
At that time, the shelter had so many animals, officials feared some would have to be put to sleep. But since then, the public has stepped up and adopted most of the animals.
Officials say the ones still there will not have to euthanized because there's now enough money to take care of them.