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Abused Dogs Given New Home

The dogs previously owned by a Des Plaines man serving 30 months in prison for cruelty were adopted.

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The three dogs police took into custody after witnesses reported seeing have all been adopted by new owners.

Chris’ Rescue Angels, based in Missouri, a nonprofit rescue organization that specializes in small dogs, organized the adoptions.

Maria Falco, of Chris’ Rescue Angels, stated in a email to Patch that Teddy, a nine-year-old Lhasa Apso, and Gizmo, a one-year-old Shih Tzu, were adopted together. The third dog, .

“Teddy and Gizmo have been adopted together by a wonderful person; she will spoil and love them the way they should have been,” Falco stated. “What a great lady she is, to open her heart to them.

“I am so happy I can jump out of my skin. It’s a very happy ending for all of them.”

, and was prohibited from owning animals for 20 years by the court.

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