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Thousands raised to help homeless dogs stay warmer in the cold

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KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -

Thousands of dollars recently raised will help some dogs in Kansas City stay warm during the winter. 

Over $10,000 was raised in 24 hours to help out Adopt Don't Shop. The money will be used to purchase 400-500 "dog coats," Scott Poore says. 

"The goal was a couple hundred, which I thought was pretty lofty," Poore said. "But people came forward, stepped up and made it happen." 

The  coats will be distributed to the homeless through several organizations including Chain of Hope, Great Plains SPCA - the Rescue Project and Spay & Neuter Kansas City.

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