Manitoba: 68 dogs living in “horrible conditions” seized in Winnipeg

Manitoba: 68 dogs living in “horrible conditions” seized in Winnipeg
Manitoba: 68 dogs living in “horrible conditions” seized in Winnipeg

As many as 68 dogs who were living in “horrible conditions” in a Winnipeg home were rescued Wednesday and cared for by animal services officers.

“It was just very sad, the general conditions. It is simply unacceptable and horrible for animals, and even more so for humans, to live in such conditions,” lamented the director general of the Animal Services Agency, Leland Gordon, at a press conference, according to Global News .

On Wednesday, Winnipeg police called animal services to a residence in the Richmond West neighborhood where dozens of canines were in terrible condition.

“Dogs suffer from a variety of health problems, including eye conditions. Many of them had excrement in their fur,” continued Mr. Gordon, quoted by the Global network.

The dogs were entrusted to the animal protection organization Winnipeg Humane Society for shelter and care, while police, who are continuing their investigation, have not laid any charges at this time.

Organization director Jessica Miller said the shelter is overwhelmed and treating that many dogs could cost more than $150,000, encouraging the public to make donations to an emergency fund on the shelter’s website. the organism.

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