For a second day, hundreds of people packed the Hawaiian Humane Society in hopes of drawing one of the lucky numbers to adopt a recently rescued Pomeranian.
According to the Humane Society, approximately 500 people showed up as the doors opened an hour early at 9 a.m.
“We got one, lucky number, got one. We’re really happy. My daughter is gonna be so thrilled and my son,” new Pomeranian owner Angela Cole said.
“I really wanted another Pomeranian because my other one passed away,” new Pomeranian owner Jonelle Tsunezumi said.
The Humane Society says 43 Pomeranians were living in deplorable conditions when they were surrendered on Tuesday by a breeder in Halawa.
On Thursday, 11 Pomeranians found new homes.
The Humane Society says donations are still needed including large collapsible crates, towels, toys, and unopened pet food for small dogs.