the association 30 Millions d’Amis saves 24 animals left to fend for themselves in hortillonnages

24 animals abandoned on two plots of hortillonnages in Amiens. The 30 Million Friends Foundation announces that it is filing a complaint for abandonment and serious abuse, after a rescue on August 2, with the National Police. “5 goats, 1 kid, 4 dogs and 14 hens” were thus rescued, said the association in a press release published on its website.

A rescue, in the company of the National Police, which took place in two stages and “very special and difficult because the animals had to be evacuated by boat“, continues 30 Million Friends. It all started after several reports of “dogs howling to death and locked in a shed”. The investigators then discovered animals that lived unsupervised.The dogs lived in this rundown place, full of excrement“, explains one of them. A kid, which was not weaned and thin, was also taken to the shelter.

In a second plot, goats and chickens “thirsty and hungry” were then rescued. All were collected in partner shelters of the 30 Million Friends Foundation. The association adds that the owner would not have come for 15 days and his absences would be repeated for 4 months.

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