The animal shelter has been without power since Sunday when heavy storms and strong winds moved through, knocking down trees and power lines across the state.
Volunteers were cleaning cages with bottled water and putting blankets over cages to keep some of the more than 300 animals warm as temperatures dropped.
Now, the real cleaning has begun, said Jeff Stiegman, interim operations director at the facility.
Stiegman asked people with strays to turn in to hold on to them until Thursday, if possible, as volunteers catch up at the facility.
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