BINGHAMTON,N.Y. -- Community support for the Broome County Humane Society continues following the adoptions of Trooper and Adam.
The beagle-mixes were allegedly thrown from a vehicle last December. A couple from Earlville adopted the pair Sunday.
The shelter manager says since their story became public, they've received more than 100 adoption letters. Donations also began pouring in from across the country and even the world.
Staff at the Humane Society hope Trooper and Adam's story will inspire others to adopt.
"People would come in, especially being in the winter time and kind of socialize with them which is huge, because they do get a little lonely now and again, and then seeing all the other dogs we have and the possibility of telling, maybe they couldn’t adopt at the time or telling their friend or relative," said Amberly Ondria, Broome County Humane Society Shelter Manager.
As of December 2018, the Broome County Humane Society has helped more than 600 dogs and more than 850 cats find homes.