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Tuesday’s heavy rains caused some big problems at the Humane Society of Tampa Bay.

Poor pups…

Staff members went into “full crisis mode” to move dozens of animals as the kennels flooded.

It’s a doggone problem. The kennel runs fill up first, then the water pours in from the patios. Staff moved dozens of dogs. The cat lanai and food storage areas weren’t spared a soaking, either. The current building on N. Armenia Avenue in Tampa has been in use since the 1960s.

The privately-funded project to renovate is in need of another $2 million in donations. The hope is to break ground on a new facility this spring. According to 10 News.