In Southeast D.C., a rescue operation took place. The rescue resulted in the seizure of 42 animals, 36 of which are dogs.
– Thirty-six doggos were rescued from a property in Southeast D.C.
– They were living in unsafe and unsanitary conditions.
– The doggos were rescued by…
Accordingly, the Humane Rescue Alliance started an investigation at a property in Southeast D.C. and that investigation led to the rescue of the poor animals. Thirty-three of the 36 doggos were Great Danes. It is unclear what the breed of the three other doggos was. Six rabbits were also seized from the property.
The animals had to be taken by authorities because of the inhumane conditions they were in. The houses of the doggos were reportedly unsafe and unsanitary. Some cages had more than one doggo and they were all forced to live in the tiny cage that was full of their own waste. Also, the animals did not have any access to water or food. Also, remains of puppies were found inside a fridge.
An investigation already started regarding the matter. The Humane Rescue Alliance is now asking for donations for the doggos under their care.
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