Approximately 30 Dogs Along With Other Animals Were Rescued From Alleged Cruelty Situation In Kingman County, Kansas

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The Humane Society of the United States is assisting the Kingman County Sheriff’s Office in removing approximately 30 dogs from an alleged cruelty situation in Kingman, Kansas. Beauties and Beasts, Kansas Horse Education Advocacy Resource Team, and Kingman Humane Society are also providing assistance at the scene.

The Humane Society of the United States is assisting the Kingman County Sheriff’s Office in removing approximately 30 dogs, two cats, a horse and two burros from an alleged cruelty situation in Kingman County, Kansas.

Beauties and Beasts, Kansas Horse Education Advocacy Resource Team, and Kingman Humane Society are also providing assistance at the scene.

The Kingman County Sheriff’s Office served a search warrant on a residential property at approximately 8:00 a.m. on September 4th. The animals there appeared to be living in a poor, filthy environment, and some appeared to be suffering from skin conditions. Many animals were running loose on the property while others were contained in makeshift pens where they were found crawling under trailers to access shade.

The Humane Society of the United States is assisting the Kingman County Sheriff’s Office in removing approximately 30 dogs from an alleged cruelty situation in Kingman, Kansas. Beauties and Beasts, Kansas Horse Education Advocacy Resource Team, and Kingman Humane Society are also providing assistance at the scene.

After initial field examinations, authorities will transport the animals to an undisclosed safe location, where any additional needs can be addressed.

“No animal deserves to suffer in deplorable conditions like those we’ve seen today,” said Midge Grinstead, Kansas state director for the Humane Society of the United States in a statement. “We are thankful to the Kingman County Sheriff’s Office and our partners for answering the call to help these animals.”

The Humane Society of the United States is assisting the Kingman County Sheriff’s Office in removing approximately 30 dogs from an alleged cruelty situation in Kingman, Kansas. Beauties and Beasts, Kansas Horse Education Advocacy Resource Team, and Kingman Humane Society are also providing assistance at the scene.

The Kingman County Sheriff’s Office requested the assistance of the Humane Society of the United States after concerns about the welfare of animals on the property were raised.

“I am proud we were able to work together to help get these animals the care they need,” said Sheriff Randy Hill.

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