More than 40 small dogs and a rabbit have been removed from an unlicensed breeding facility in western Missouri and are now in the care of the Humane Society of Missouri in St. Louis.
The Humane Society says many of the animals taken from the property near Galena are severely underweight and had little access to food or fresh water.
It’s not clear how many animals died.
Red Cross CEO Cindy Erickson says “Our priority today is really helping them with what do I in the next 24 hours,”
“Sonny” the purebred Boxer puppy sedated.
The volunteers and donations have dropped to pre-storm levels but the demand remains high.
Unified Equine Missouri is expected to be open for business by the end of summer.
Man charged with cutting off his pet’s paw.
A man showed up about two years ago and sold about 50 alligators before police ran him out of town.
Victims had been dead for at least a few weeks