LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - The first ever baby shower for puppies event was held at Natalie's Second Chance animal shelter in Lafayette on Saturday.
The shelter had 20 dogs that were up for adoption, and thanks to the puppy shower, many of them ended up finding a good home.
Shelter Director Natalie Moore said she is thankful the event was such a success.
"I am so grateful and so humble to this community, " said Moore. "I'm going on 5 years of doing this shelter and I'm grateful. I couldn't make it without this community, there's no way way. They amaze me, so I'm just so grateful for that."
The event started at 5 p.m., but some showed up as early as 2 p.m. to ensure they would be able to adopt a puppy.
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