Seven doggos were not properly cared for by a man and a woman. One of the dogs was already dead when they were rescued and so the two people have been charged for their neglect.
– Two people have been charged for not taking care of seven dogs.
– One of these dogs was found dead when they were rescued.
– The deputy who checked on the dogs said that…
The people who were charged have been identified as 54-year-old Willam Hannahs and 66-year-old Catherine Severin. The charges include intentionally failing to provide food for animals, mistreating an animal that resulted in its death, and failing to provide proper outdoor shelter for the animals. The charges came after a deputy responded to a property where he found six living dogs and a seventh dead one. All of them had no access to water and the temperature at the time of the visit was six degrees. There were barrels for the shelter of the dogs but some of them had snow inside.
Severin was the one caring for the dogs but Hannahs was the person to whom the property was registered. Hannahs was working outside of town. Later, all the animals were taken to a shelter. Their conditions or whereabouts remain unclear.
Read the sad scoop by Heather Poltrock at – https://www.wsaw.com/content/