These 92 pups were found living in filth, but they’ve been given forever homes as a result of their previous owners’ arrest.

The hoard of Yorkshire terriers were found living in unsanitary conditions at a home near San Diego, California. After Humane Society officials seized the dogs back in January, the couple responsible for the dogs were founding hoarding 78 more dogs at two different locations.

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Thanks to their rescue, however, almost all the pets have been adopted by families into loving, healthy environments.

According to Inside Edition, the new Yorkie owners have started a Facebook group to coordinate and share in the collective healing of their new furry companions.

The guilty animals hoarders have since been charged with felonies, resulting in the inability to own pets for the next decade.

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  1. These “horders,” and abusers should be banned for life from owning any type of pet. These people are sick, they’ll never change. So happy for the dogs — they deserve quality of life and loving owners.

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