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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pups from Puerto Rico have now arrived in Pittsburgh.

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Eight Puerto Rican dogs are now up for adoption at Pittsburgh’s Fur-Kid Rescue.

The animals were rescued from the city of Rincon after Hurricane Maria destroyed the island last September.

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There are a lot more to come, too, says the shelter.

Fur-Kids expects at least 150 rescue dogs from Puerto Rico to be up for adoption here in Pittsburgh.

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Visit the Fur-Kid Rescue’s website at this link for more information on how to adopt any of their pets.