A puppy got a bath Monday at Brianna's Sanctuary and Rescue, which was hit by two flash floods Friday. The no-kill  shelter in Clay City sits next to Black Creek, which had never flooded in the 11 years that shelter operator Linda Powell owned the property.
A puppy got a bath Monday at Brianna's Sanctuary and Rescue, which was hit by two flash floods Friday. The no-kill shelter in Clay City sits next to Black Creek, which had never flooded in the 11 years that shelter operator Linda Powell owned the property. Herald-Leader
A puppy got a bath Monday at Brianna's Sanctuary and Rescue, which was hit by two flash floods Friday. The no-kill shelter in Clay City sits next to Black Creek, which had never flooded in the 11 years that shelter operator Linda Powell owned the property. Herald-Leader

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No-kill Clay City shelter seeks help recovering after flash flood, mud damage

July 06, 2015 4:27 PM

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