NEW CASTLE, Del. - More than 100 shelter pets were flown from Texas to Delaware on Sunday night amid dwindling resources in the wake of an unprecedented winter storm that ravaged the Lone Star state last week.The Brandywine SPCA has been busy over the last several days welcoming more than 200 cats and dogs from southern transports.
On Sunday, another shipment of 125 animals looking for a safe and warm forever home arrived at New Castle County Airport. "They've really been struggling with the low temperatures, lack of water, lack of power," Linda Torelli of the Brandwine SPCA said.MORE: Why was Texas without power?
How a winter storm pushed the state into crisisTemperatures plummeted to record lows last week as a historic winter storm.Read more on fox29.com