The Bullie Nation Animal Rescue in Evansville ordered $200 in t-shirts. They used the same company used in the past.
However, Bullie Nation says the shirts were not printed correctly and cannot reach the printing company. They're now stuck with the wrong shirts.
"I can't give them a lesser quality shirt when they've seen this," said Terra Sanders, "and most people have seen these shirts. They've seen them out. They've seen them at promotions we've done. And I can't give them this in exchange for this."
Tara Sanders went to Facebook to vent her frustration, and that's where another printing company stepped in and is now printing the new shirts for free, valued at over $300.
Tara says she has continued to try to reach the printer, but has been told the company is out of business. Eyewitness News tried to reach the company through another listed phone number, but our call has not been returned.