Beaver Falls, PA (KDKA)-Two people guilty of cruelty to animals after humanitarian police say they found 10 dogs, ferrets, and “carcasses of several animals” in Beaver Falls’ home. confronting.
The Beaver County Humane Association said the officer was called to Beaver Falls after police received a call about a dog running around the neighborhood. Humanitarian societies said that when police arrived home, three dogs were seen standing on the threshold of an open window upstairs.
Humanitarian police said the condition inside the house was sad. Police said the flies flocked to animals that could not get clean water and food, and the floor was covered with feces, urine and debris. According to humanitarian societies, there were some dead animals, including the rotten body of dogs.
Susan Sulliard, Secretary-General of the Beaver County Humane Society, said, “Many dogs are dehydrated and underweight and suffer from dirty coats such as overgrown claws, dirty feces and old urine odors. I will. ”
Officers sized 7 dogs, 3 puppies and 1 ferret.
Brittany Sanner and Essence Jackson were arrested and charged with six felony charges of animal cruelty and 11 charges of misdemeanor for both animal cruelty and animal neglect in unsanitary conditions.
Humanitarian societies have said that most, if not all, animals are expected to recover. But it also states that it “bursts at the seams,” especially for homeless dogs.
Seized dogs cannot be adopted immediately because they need to be evaluated medically. The mother dog and her three newborn puppies were sent to foster parents.
The Beaver County Humane Association said that anyone who wants to donate can do it. online..
Officer: 10 dogs and “several animal carcasses” found in Beaver Falls’ home
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