A year ago this month, Crystal Fessler broke into All About Animals Rescue in Macon, letting some of the animals loose. Since then the rescue has gotten around $100,000 in donations.
Volunteer Lacey Templeton remembers getting the call about what happened. "The police were here, we were just trying to get dogs to the vet, that was our main concern," said Templeton.
About a dozen dogs were injured and some killed. "We still miss the three dogs that we lost. But so much good has come out of this really tragic situation," she said.
Donations poured in from all around the world. "And we were able to build a pole barn, and that takes our dogs out of the elements, which is fantastic. In addition to the pole barn there's a bath house that's built onto the end of that. We had some plumbing issues addressed," said Templeton.