Nearly 200 animals rescued from northwest Ohio home – 10TV
ALLEN COUNTY, Ohio – Nearly 200 animals have been rescued in northwest Ohio by the Ohio Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in a case the agency said is among the worse it has ever seen.
The agency said many species of animals were rescued from the Allen County property that had animals living in waste-filled crates and cages.
According to the Ohio SPCA, the species rescued included chickens, rabbits, guinea pigs, cats, dogs, sugar gliders, pigeons, and parakeets.
The agency posted on Facebook, “For some, help arrived too late. It is our hope that all of the rescued animals will survive. Many of their bodies lack any fat or muscle and they were extremely lethargic as we picked them up and carried them on their first steps to freedom, fresh air, clean water, and wholesome food.”
If people would like to donate to help the animals, which are not up for adoption yet, click here.