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Last updated on Tuesday, March 1, 2011
(MUNCIE, IN) - The Animal Rescue Fund in Muncie had to relocate 140 animals after their facility fell victim to flood waters.
Employees and volunteers removed 74 dogs, 65 cats, and one pot-bellied pig from the rescue group's buildings.
The group also lost food and supplies in the high water.
Several area veterinary clinics and businesses are taking donations on ARF's behalf.
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