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Rescued puppies find new homes

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Rescued puppies now have homes. (PHOTO: Richmond Fire Department)

Rescued puppies now have homes. (PHOTO: Richmond Fire Department)

Rescued puppies now have homes. (PHOTO: Richmond Fire Department)

RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – Puppies rescued from a vacant Richmond building have all been adopted through Richmond Animal Care and Control, according to Richmond Fire spokesman Lt. Robbie Hagaman.

Firefighters rescued the puppies late last month from a building on N. 33rd Street.