Help arrives by airplane for hundreds of pets displaced by hurricanes in Puerto Rico – Sentinel & Enterprise

Volunteers from the Caribean Connection Puppy Rescue in Marshfield and Buddy Dog Humane Society in Sudbury help unload pets displaced in Puerto Rico by hurricane Maria. (SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE / JIM FAY)

WORCESTER — The sound of excited dogs barking immediately filled the air as the engine of the small cargo plane sitting on the tarmac at Worcester Regional Airport Wednesday night was turned off.

“These guys were waiting in foster homes for weeks to months to be able to come here,” said Leigh Grady, executive director for the Sterling Animal Shelter — just one of the many shelters and…

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