Thursday, November 02, 2017
SHOCK!!! KANSAS CITY PET PROJECT COPES WITH TWO DOZEN ABUSED DOGGIES RESCUED FROM BREEDING OPERATION!!!
Whilst doggie lovers are still waiting on the new KC Animal Shelter funded by GO BOND CASH . . . Here's today's latest crisis and maybe a sign that "no kill" philosophy doesn't really work. Anyone who might disagree is welcomed to swing by this place and pick up a doggie . . .
KC Pet Project: Kansas City, MO, Animal Control has seized 24 dogs from a suspected illegal breeding operation on East 93rd Street in Kansas City, MO. They are now at KC Pet Project being cared for by the shelter staff. There are 12 adult dogs, all Pit Bull mixes, and 12 puppies who were taken from the property. Animal Control reported raw sewage and unsanitary conditions, and they are treating this as a cruelty case. At this time, Animal Control has not made contact with the owners. The dogs are now being assessed by KC Pet Project’s canine care team and veterinary teams, and they will all undergo cruelty exams.
This comes at a difficult time for KC Pet Project as they are at critical capacity with an average of 30 new pets coming in every day. The shelter is asking for the public’s help in order to care for the pets at the shelter through adoptions or fosters. The shelter needs to move animals out of the shelter today and to do that, they need support from the community.
Take a look at their video ask:
Developing . . .