3 Cases of Animal Hoarding in Ohio Valley

animal hoardingIn Ohio Valley, the authorities have encountered three cases of animal hoarding in less than three months. Cindy Brautiga, the director of the Marshall County Animal Shelter, says that this is partly caused by irresponsible breeders who would simply give away or sell their dogs and cats without making even just a light background check on the buyer and his current living conditions.

If you are aware of any hoarding cases happening in your neighborhood or to your friend or family, it is important that concerned authorities are informed to address the problem immediately. Click here to know more.
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