GREENE COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - One group of Greene County residents are working to fill a need in their home town.
Last year, nine women came together to form a no-kill animal shelter called Safe Animal Rescue Inc.
And now, their kennels are overflowing.
They've re-homed over 120 dogs and accept any animals for foster care.
The group said they think this is an important part of any community and they're thankful they can step up to help.
"Too many homeless animals. Too many unneeded deaths. There's not a need for a kill shelter. It's just for people to step up and do what we're doing. I mean, everybody says, you guys are so great for doing what you do. We don't feel that way, We feel like we're doing what everyone should be doing," said Chantel Eaton, president.
The group said the community's reaction has been fantastic and they couldn't do it without their help and donations.
For more information about the shelter and how you can help, head to their website .
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