Quote from the press release:
"We were able to rescue, document and transport more than 400 dogs from 22 sites in 24 hours. There was simply no way we would leave even one of these dogs behind."
These dogs have been evaluated for adoption and release to approved rescue groups. It sounds like the next step is for the court to decide what the disposition of the animals will be--here's hoping that whatever judge this case is before has some compassion for these dogs.
In an unprecedented effort, animal behavior experts from the Humane Society of Missouri and the ASPCA evaluated each dog to determine its suitability for possible placement with rescue groups or individual adopters. The Humane Society of Missouri has provided veterinary and behavior reports for each dog to the U.S. District Courts which will make a ruling regarding each animal.
If you want to help, there's contact info on the release as well, which I've reprinted below.
HOW THE PUBLIC CAN HELP
Animal Rescue Groups please call, 314-802-5712
Donations to care for these and other abused animals may be made to the Humane Society of Missouri Animal Cruelty Fund www.hsmo.org/donate or 314-951-1542.
Report Animal Abuse: 314-647-4400