A dog shelter gets a warm response to its appeal for homes for its pups during a cold snap in Poland

Two dogs wait to be adopted or temporarily fostered, in Krakow, Poland on Sunday Jan. 7, 2024. The KTOZ Shelter for Homeless Animals on Friday sent out an urgent appeal to people to adopt or at least temporarily shelter some of its dogs until the dangerous cold spell passes. It didn’t have room inside for all of its 300 dogs and some were in pens outdoors. What it called “Operation Frost” was a huge success, with people arriving in droves, waiting in lines for hours and taking home 120 pups. (AP Photo)

Two dogs wait to be adopted or temporarily fostered, in Krakow, Poland on Sunday Jan. 7, 2024. The KTOZ Shelter for Homeless Animals on Friday sent out an urgent appeal to people to adopt or at least temporarily shelter some of its dogs until the dangerous cold spell passes. It didn’t have room inside for all of its 300 dogs and some were in pens outdoors. What it called “Operation Frost” was a huge success, with people arriving in droves, waiting in lines for hours and taking home 120 pups. (AP Photo)

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