MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Mobile County officials said 43 dogs have been adopted since dozens were seized from a home in Wilmer Friday, May 17.
Nancy Johnson said the shelter remained opened late Friday for the emergency adoption and had normal adoption hours Saturday May 18.
The shelter was near capacity when the dogs were brought in from Polly Hopper's trailer home in Wilmer.
Authorities said the animals were found in deplorable conditions.
Hopper was charged with resisting arrest and obstruction of a government operation. Hopper is now free on bond.
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