Officials from the organization said the back to back rescues have put a serious strain on ARC's finances.
"We have socialization challenges and medical challenges with those animals," explained Scotlund Haisley with ARC. "With this latest rescue we have a whole new set of challenges. For starters, it's a whole new set of species."
During the day at least 30 to 40 volunteers are on site at the fairgrounds helping nurse the animals back to health.
However, the need for support, including monetary donations, from the public is more urgent following the second rescue.
"We haven't raised the funds necessary to pay for the last rescue. Of course we didn't have the funds to cover this rescue, but we couldn't say no to the animals and we're hoping the community can't say no to the animals either," Haisley previously told Nashville's News 2.
He continued, "What's nice is having gift cards to Tractor Supply, Lowe's, places where we can just go get what we need for these animals."
Over the next few weeks, the animals will be nursed back to health and placed in rescue groups to be adopted.
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