A local dog rescue group that saved three dozen Boston terriers from a hoarding situation is having to close its doors, and all 37 pooches have arrived at Muttville Senior Dog Rescue in San Francisco over the last week.
While the dogs vary in age, they all qualify as "senior," as Inside San Francisco reports, which means they're mostly over the age of 8. And because Muttville (255 Alabama Street) is a pretty small, cage-free shelter, it's basically overrun with these Bostons now, and they all need homes, foster or otherwise.
Muttville has adoption events every weekend, but on June 29 and 30 they're hosting a "Boston Tea Party" from noon to 4 p.m. specifically for these new arrivals, some of whom can be seen arriving last Monday in the video below. (A second wave of them arrived today.)
You can see some of the Bostons here, on Muttville's adoption page, with more soon to be profiled there.
And if you're not ready to commit to an adoption, Muttville would love some help simply fostering a dog until they might be adopted.