Rescue of 180 dogs and cats from a house in New Jersey, took 10 hours to evacuate; two arrested

In this, 135 dogs and 45 cats were rescued. However, two of those dogs were dead and around eight animals were taken for treatment in critical condition.

Two dogs died, the condition of eight animals is critical. (representative picture)

180 dogs and cats have been recovered from a house in New Jersey, USA. Here the police had received information that these animals were being kept in horrible and inhumane conditions, after which the Hazmat team swung into action. about this Brick Township Police Said that the officers had entered this house on Friday night. Here they found animal crates containing dogs and cats, but the conditions forced the authorities to move out.

After this, the police handed over this work to a special team. Officials said that two arrests have been made in this case. Police said it took about 10 hours for rescue workers in hazmat gear to get the animals out.

two dogs died

He told that 135 dogs and 45 cats were rescued in this. However, two of those dogs were dead and around eight animals were taken for treatment in critical condition. The police said in a statement that the entire house was full of animal waste and the animals were kept there in inhumane conditions.

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Police said the animals were taken to several shelters where dozens of agencies and groups are helping to rescue, place and support the animals. Police said two arrests were made on charges of animal cruelty and a charge of child endangerment is also pending because a 16-year-old minor boy was also living here.