BLAINE, Minn. – (Sept. 7, 2018) – Dogs and cats were rescued from unsanitary and overcrowded conditions in a Blaine home. The Blaine Police Department turned the 30 animals over to the Animal Humane Society for treatment and care.
The Animal Humane Society said some of the animals were suffering from health issues, lack of adequate veterinary care, skin and eye infections and severe matting. Three newborn puppies died shortly after arriving.
The animals range in age from four days old to seniors. Criminal charges are pending against their owner.