He has had volunteers help feed the dogs, give them water and even spend time with them, KSAT reported.
If Ewers and the volunteers don’t find homes for the remaining dogs, the county will take them.
All of the dogs have been spayed or neutered. But all need to be checked by a vet once they are either adopted or fostered, KSAT reported.
For more information about Ewers and his dogs, a Facebook page has been set up to find homes for the pups.