AUSTIN, Texas — The corgis that were seized from a Georgetown home in July are going up for adoption according to the North Star Corgi Rescue.
The rescue posted on Facebook that the corgis in the Williamson County Animal Shelter will be available on Sunday. The corgis were part of the group of 38 animals seized from a property in Georgetown in July.
On July 25, Williamson County sheriff’s deputies discovered 14 dead animals on someone’s property. Investigators took the living animals to the Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter to be cared for. Williamson County Sheriff Robert Chody tweeted that some of the animals were beheaded.
If you're not in the market for a corgi specifically, here are the other adoptable animals at the animal shelter.