KANSAS CITY, Ks. (KCTV) – Sixteen rescued canine are recovering at KCK Animal Companies. Rescuers say the canine have been free of horrific situations after they have been left to reside alone within the woods.
KCK Animal Companies Director Ashley Scott says the canine are adjusting extremely properly and can quickly be out there for adoption.
“All these guys have been on heavy thick chains,” Scott mentioned. “They do have wounds from these heavy chains and collars as a result of they have been on so tight.”
Whereas executing a search warrant, investigators found the 16 canine. KCK Animal Companies responded to convey the canine to the shelter to be assessed and handled.
“We knew that we couldn’t go away these guys behind. There is no such thing as a approach these animals have been getting satisfactory shelter,” Scott mentioned. “The canine homes have been falling aside. They have been standing in a number of inches of mud and water. That they had no meals and no water.”
Rescuers hiked and used ATVs to convey the canine out of the woods safely.
“We needed to hike the remainder of the best way by foot. It was too muddy for a navy grade ATV to get to,” Scott mentioned. “I’d say it was a few quarter mile into the woods. We have been capable of take one canine at a time.”
Scott says as soon as the canine are spayed or neutered, they are going to be prepared to seek out new properties.
“They have been so completely satisfied to be out of that setting. They’ve given nothing however like to us thus far,” Scott mentioned. “They’re all very candy and really mild even with different animals.”
Friends of KCK Animal Services are accumulating donations for medical look after the rescued canine.
“That is why I do what I do. We are able to take an animal dwelling in these situations with no love, and they’re resilient and forgiving even after they shouldn’t be,” Scott mentioned. “We are able to attempt to give them the very best life that they need to have at all times had.”
Anybody fascinated by fostering or adopting is inspired to contact KCK Animal Companies to arrange a meet and greet by emailing KCKPDAnimalServicesComplaints@kckpd.org or calling 913-321-1445.
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