AUSTIN (KXAN) — After a clog caused the Parvo Puppy ICU at Austin Pets Alive! to flood over the weekend, Austinites stepped up to house displaced animals.

In the tweet Saturday, APA! said people were needed to help pick up and foster parvo negative dogs.

According to APA!, there were 45 dogs in the parvo unit.

Saturday night, 17 puppies were placed with adopters and fosters. APA! said it was still looking to get 15 more puppies into foster homes or adopted, and on Sunday, the organization said the Austin community helped to house those animals.

The dogs currently being treated for parvo were moved to another ward within the ICU.

APA! staff spent Sunday cleaning up after Saturday’s sewage flooding. They were able to resume treating puppies with parvo.

In a statement, APA! asked people to keep the dogs for up to two weeks. To provide help, fill out this form or email for adoption information.