VINCENNES, Ind. (WTHI) - The U.S. has had a hectic hurricane season this year.
Several Wabash Valley organizations stepped up to help those affected.
This includes the Vincennes Animal Shelter.
The shelter took in 20 dogs that were displaced during the hurricane.
This weekend, organizers held a massive adoption event in Indianapolis.
Organizers say it ended with only one dog left to be adopted...the pup in the photo above.
Duchess is the only dog still waiting to be adopted.
She is described as loyal, protective, and a good addition to any home.
Click here for a link to the shelter's website.
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