Animals Shelter President Found to Be Hoarding Rescued Pets

different breeds of dogs staying at a single roomThe former president of an animal rescue organization has been convicted of hoarding the animals that were rescued. The Wake County Animal Control group took a whopping 93 animals back from former Calvin’s Paws president, Carol De’Olloqui.

Because of the insufficient number of shelters to take care of the rescued animals, De’Olloqui took upon herself the task of saving the cats from possible euthanasia. There were 90 cats and 3 dogs rescued from the house of De’Olloqui.

Officials from the Humane Society purported that ‘rescue hoarding’ or the act of hoarding animals to be rescued is becoming trite nowadays. Due to the desire of rescuers, notably most of which are animal lovers, rescue hoarding is becoming a societal problem.

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