(FOX19) - Dogs rescued from inhumane conditions at a West Price Hill home will soon be up for adoption.
Cincinnati Police found 66 dogs in February at a home on Gilsey Street. They were living in filthy and inhumane conditions in a backyard shed, according to authorities.
Those 66 dogs are now ready to find forever homes and will be up for adoption this weekend.
The SPCA Cincinnati invites the public to see the dogs on Saturday at the Sharonville Humane Center.
The dogs have received medical attention since their arrival to the SPCA, but representatives say some will require ongoing veterinary care. SPCA medical staff will be on hand to talk to potential adopters about what may be involved in caring for these animals.
Adoptions will begin at 10 a.m. and are $20. That fee includes spay/neuter, initial vaccinations, and micro chips.