Prison Provides Shelter for Deaf Dogs Escaping Fire
The Los Angeles County State Prison in Lancaster is sheltering rescue dogs as the Sand Fire continues to burn in the Santa Clarita Valley, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Inmates are watching over nearly 50 deaf dogs from the Deaf Dog Rescue of America in Acton. The rescue had struggled to find a place that could accept all of the dogs.
The prison is home to a program called Karma Rescue, in which professionals and inmates train shelter dogs to prepare them for adoption.
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