Source: World Animal News

The ASPCA is aiding the Tioga County Sheriff’s Office in Owego, New York, in rescuing over 100 farm animals, including cows, goats, horses, and calves, due to signs of neglect and poor living conditions. These animals were found in distressing conditions with limited access to food, water, and medical care, some being underweight and living in filth, with deceased animals also discovered on the property.

The ASPCA is actively involved in planning, animal removal, evidence collection, forensics exams, medical care, and sheltering for these animals, with support from other organizations such as the Massachusetts SPCA, Susquehanna SPCA, and Happy Compromise Farm + Sanctuary. The ASPCA aims to collaborate with law enforcement nationwide to combat animal suffering and provide immediate care and safety for animals in need, while also offering resources and training to communities facing cruelty and disaster situations.

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