"I don't know what your thought process is when you decide to steal donated pet food from a food pantry," Zulauf said. "I never really want to understand that thought process." She added that in a meeting on Monday, the rescue decided it will share its influx of food with other shelters and organizations in need.
Furthermore, because of the amount of people coming through the rescue, most of the animals present have managed to find forever homes with families.
"I'm going to guess it's close to 10 times what we had before now," Zulauf said about the overwhelming amount of food that's been brought to the rescue since Sunday.