Some of the animals rescued from filthy conditions at a make-shift Kentucky shelter are expected to arrive in Lexington Thursday.
The Lexington Humane Society will receive at least ten dogs in the afternoon.
The animals were found in Adair County along with 300 other dogs and cats.
The man charged in running the make-shift shelter, David Howery, has pleaded not guilty to charges of animal cruelty.
It's feared many of the animals may have to be put down if no home for them is found.