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30 dogs found dead in animal shelter in Ohio
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More than 30 dogs found dead and 90 were rescued Friday from an animal shelter in Madison, Ohio, according to Butler County authorities.
The animals were found by the police in conditions described as “the worst conditions they had ever seen”, according to the WKBN media.
In some refrigerators and freezers, remains of dead dogs were discovered.
In this shelter called Helping Hands for Furry Paws, authorities saw little puppies in the midst of decomposition.
“In a garage, there were more of 25 dogs in a cage with no ventilation or air conditioning, with temperatures up to 89 degrees,” according to a statement released by local police.
The cages were full of urine and material feces, and no food or water was available for the distressed animals.
When officers arrived on the scene, they described the smell as 'strong enough to burn their eyes' .
These note that such cruelty deserves jail.
Dogs still alive are now safe at a Butler County Animal Friends Humane Society , where they will undergo assessments and treatments.