Rescuers Go To Save Five Dogs, Find 110 Neglected Bull Terriers On The Property

RSPCA Queensland set out to rescue what they thought were five dogs on a property after receiving a complaint. But what they found were 110 Bull Terrier dogs and puppies living in despicable conditions. Most of the dogs were forced to live in little crates and cages with just enough room to be able to stretch out their heads. The Bull Terriers were mostly in good physical condition, but they were neglected and abused in every other way.

This was no way for dogs to spend their lives.he raid and rescue would take two days to complete, but all of the dogs were taken into custody. The RSPCA posted the rescue story to their Facebook page, and it quickly went viral. This led to many of the dogs finding forever homes right away! Soon all of the dogs will be paired up with their forever families, and it’s all thanks to these heroes.The greater part of the canines were compelled to live in little cartons and pens with simply enough space to have the capacity to extend their heads. The Bull Terriers were for the most part in great physical condition, yet they were ignored and mishandled from every other perspective.

This was no chance to get for puppies to spend their lives.he strike and save would take two days to finish, however the majority of the mutts were arrested. The RSPCA presented the safeguard story on their Facebook page, and it rapidly became famous online. This prompted a large number of the mutts finding always homes immediately! Before long the majority of the pooches will be combined up with their eternity families, and it’s all gratitude to these legends.

Animal Rescuers Left In Shock After Finding 110 Bull Terriers Locked Up In Cages

Animal Rescuers Left In Shock After Finding 110 Bull Terriers Locked Up In CagesCredits: RSPCA Queensland

Posted by Bored Panda Animals on Thursday, January 17, 2019

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