Police were able to rescue 49 doggos at a St. Mary traveller site. Some of these dogs are believed to be stolen.
– Forty-nine dogs, some of which are believed to be stolen, were rescued from a traveller site.
– Most dogs remain with the RSPCA because they are not microchipped so their owners are unknown.
– Police are asking the public to…
Aside from the stolen doggos, authorities suspect that the site was an unlicensed puppy breeding area. There were also other animals in the site. Authorities were able to seize 45 chickens, a pony, cats and kittens, and four gold finches.
One of the dogs was reunited with its owners after six months of being away from its family. Those who have not been reunited with their owners yet are with the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSCPA).
Police and the RSPCA are now asking citizens to check the photos of the remaining animals so the process of returning it to the owners would speed up. Most of the dogs have not been returned to the dog owners yet because they are not microchipped. Because of this, police are now asking dog owners to microchip their fur babies because it is really important.
Read the thorough story by Euan O’Byrne Mulligan here – https://www.newsshopper.co.uk