Syracuse, N.Y. - The Central New York SPCA is reaching out to the public for help.
Officials say they're dealing with overcrowding after taking in over 60 animals from the Whispering Pines Animal Rescue in Oneida County. The animals were seized from three people accused of running an illegal breeding business and selling sick puppies. The SPCA says it's looking for monetary donations to help with animal care. If you can't make a financial contribution, things like dog food, treats, towels and blankets are needed.
You can drop off your donation at the SPCA building on East Molloy Road in Syracuse.