East Greenwich Animal Protection League gets evicted

By News Staff

news@abc6.com

The East Greenwich Animal Protection League is on a tight deadline to find a new place after getting an eviction notice.

The board of directors tells ABC6 they must be out of their current building by November 15th. the rescue is run out of a former animal hospital.

They were given a month to month lease back in march but now the new owners are moving forward with plans to sell the building.

"We really do need our own building. It’s not easy to come by. Of course we all know money is the key to everything and we just don’t have enough," said the board of directors.

The no kill rescue is currently home to about 28 dogs. They are working to get them adopted into good homes.

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