Happily Ever After: Flood of Animal Adoptions Follow Bomb Cyclone Storm
METHUEN, Massachusetts — The 26 animals that arrived at Nevins Farm after the "bomb cyclone" are being adopted one by one.
The Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals at Nevins farm updated NH1.com that the adoption team has been flooded with hundreds of inquiries from all over New England about the rescued animals.
Most of the animals rescued have been adopted.
Currently five "broiler" farm birds who will spend the rest of their lives as pets and one rabbit named Tito remain at the farm.
Robbie the alpaca was adopted by a family in West Newbury and now lives with five other alpacas. The MSPCA at Nevins farm reported that "he very much enjoys their company."
In addition to Robbie the alpaca, the young calf, all three of the sheep and the four goats have been adopted.
If you are interested in adopting Tito or any of the five broilers, you can email the MSPCA.