Thursday, March 15, 2012

100 dogs rescued after raid at southern KY facility

by Kevin Young

About 100 dogs seized in Kentucky are settling in at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds after they were taken Tuesday from a property in southern Kentucky that claimed to be a rescue operation.

The Graves County Sheriffs Department and members of the Animal Rescue Corps raided "Paws and Claws" in Wingo, KY.
According to ARC, the animals were living in filthy conditions, didn't have access to food and many were in poor health.
They also said they found several dead dogs on the property.
The dogs will remain at the fairgrounds for now, where they'll be checked out by vets and receive vaccinations and care..."  More

Pictures from Animal Rescue Corp FB page (graphic): here

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Miniature horse hoarding and seizure