The New Hampshire SPCA sent out a press release detailing the rescue of 50 animals that were suffering from suspected neglect.

According to the press release, 2 horses, a dog and her 4 puppies, 27 rabbits and 15 guinea pigs were removed from the property and are currently in the care of the New Hampshire SPCA in Stratham. The press release states,

The animals were living in overcrowded, filthy conditions and the veterinarian on site ordered the horses and the dogs removed immediately.  The rabbits and guinea pigs have been surrendered by the owners at the request of the police department to dramatically reduce the number of animals in their breeding facility.   As this is an ongoing case, there may be more animals voluntarily surrendered.  The owners of the animals are cooperating with authorities, but are expected to face animal neglect charges.

The NHSPCA is still evaluating the animals but they believe the dogs have worms and the horses are under weight and have not received proper hoof care.

The NHSPCA could use your help, click the button below if you would like to donate.

Like most folks I hate to see animals suffering, it's a wonderful thing to have organizations and people that are willing to do whatever it takes to care for these animals.

Nice work NHSPCA!

The NHSPCA will be at Hops and Hounds at Raitt Farm in Eliot, Maine on June 17th from Noon to 5PM, swing on by and say hello!

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