'Rachael Ray Show' gives $10,000 to Clifton Park family caring for rescued dogs

WNYT Staff
Created: September 16, 2020 08:52 PM

"The Rachael Ray Show" is helping out a Clifton Park family.

Chris and Mariesa Hughes have been rescuing injured dogs and caring for them at their Clifton Park home.


They call it the "Mr. Mo Project Senior Dog Rescue."

With 20 adopted dogs and 106 more in foster homes, the medical bills to care for them is extremely high, pushing $40,000 a month.

Once Rachael Ray and her husband heard about this, they decided to help out, giving them $10,000.

The Hughes say they are thankful the dogs got some attention, and hope many of them will find forever homes.

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