MESQUITE (CBSDFW.COM) – After a very soggy night, business is back to normal at the Mesquite Animal Shelter.

Crews are finishing repairs to an 8-inch sewer pipe that flooded a portion of the shelter. The flood happened after the older clay pipe, which is actually across the street from the facility, collapsed.

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Dozens of animals had to be moved from the building but thanks to a multi-city aid agreement several other shelters, including the Plano Animal Shelter, Tri-City Animal Shelter and Prairie Paws Adoption Center, stepped in and took care of the animals while cleanup at the building was underway.

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Because of the move no public adoptions were made Thursday, but on Friday Wayne Larson, with the City of Mesquite, had a special announcement. “In celebration of Star Wars Day — May 4th — may the force be with you, all of the dogs in the Mesquite Animal Shelter are $40 beginning Saturday May 4th through Monday May 6th… because of the Sith.”

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No animals were ever in danger during the flooding.