Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.A Colorado animal shelter twice emptied out its cages this week, finding cats and dogs new homes as residents hunker down and practice social isolation amid the global coronavirus pandemic.The Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region (HSPPR) posted video of its empty Colorado Springs dog kennels to Facebook, showing rows of empty cages on Wednesday — one day after it said it emptied out its Cat Adoption Center.“We are here to be a resource to our community during this difficult time, whether that means taking in pets with nowhere else to go or helping families find new family members and comfort,” said Gretchen Pressley, a spokesperson for the HSPPR. “We are so grateful to our community for rising up and helping us get so many pets into wonderful homes.”Despite the success of its adoption efforts this week, the HSPPR told Fox News it still has new animals coming in every day, whether they be strays or owner surrenders.CLICK HERE FOR FULL CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE“We’ve started out every morning with more pets available for adoption,” Pressley said.And after all of the cats in the center’s shelter

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