MCSPCA Spent Yesterday Rescuing Dogs from a Deplorable, Disgusting Situation
Thank you to the Monmouth County SPCA for your efforts to save so many dogs from such a tragic situation. Here's the story, and how you can help.
The MCSPCA pulled 32 dogs and puppies from a horrible hoarding house yesterday. The final count of rescues from all who went inside this sickening home to save the dogs was 130 animals.
The MCSPCA partnered with several other shelters at a Burlington County residential home where nearly 161 dogs and puppies were living in deplorable and inhumane conditions.
When the NJ State Police arrived on scene they described evidence of animal cruelty inflicted upon the animals. The odor alone from the kennel area both outdoors and inside the home caused many first responders to experience dizziness and nausea.
Sadly, 44 deceased dogs were found on the property and 4 dogs were found in critical condition and rushed to emergency medical facilities.
The MCSPCA will now start the process of giving the 32 dogs and puppies they rescued full medical exams and treatments over the next few days. Many of these dogs and puppies have skin issues as well as other problems.
Please help the MCSPCA give these animals (and the other animals in their care on a daily basis) the support they need by making a donation. You can also check out their Amazon Wish List for items they'll need to keep all of the dogs and puppies clean and comfortable.
Please help this great shelter in their mission to help all animals in need. Your support is tremendous in saving the lives of these precious beings. CLICK HERE to make a donation to the Monmouth County SPCA.
And if you're interested in fostering, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CLICK HERE to follow the MCSPCA on Facebook.
And if you are local to the St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center, the Animal Welfare Association, the Burlington County Animal Alliance, or the Burlington County Animal Shelter, please contact them on how you can help the dogs they took in as well. (The dogs pictured here went to the MCSPCA plus these shelters listed.)
For more on this horrendous, nightmarish story, CLICK HERE.