SHELTER NOW HAS 90 FARM ANIMALS AFTER POLICE RAID

DEPUTIES RESCUE

90 FARM ANIMALS

Help ‘Rehome’ Them, Director Pleads

Here are two of the pigs seized by deputies early today and now being house at the Susquehanna Animal Shelter. (Photos courtesy SAS)
A rescued donkey’s hoof was deformed by lack of care.

HARTWICK SEMINARY – The Susquehanna Animal Shelter assisted county sheriff’s deputies early this morning in an animal cruelty investigation, and now is helping “re-home” more than 90 farm animals, shelter Director Stacie Haynes reported a few minutes ago.

The shelter on Route 28 in Hartwick Seminary also took over the housing and caring of eight dogs and one cat.

If you are interested in rescuing a farm animal, please call the shelter up until 7 p.m. today at 547-8111.

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