20 Dogs Rescued from Disturbing Animal Hoarding Situation in Brooklyn: Police

Police officers with the NYPD’s animal cruelty investigation squad made a stunning and disturbing discovery inside a Brooklyn home on Thursday, where 20 dogs were found in a vile animal hoarding scene.

Before officers reached the top of the stops, they got their first sign of how bad things might be inside: the unmistakable odor of dog urine. Once inside, they witnessed the filth and hundreds of flies in the area.

“There’s approximately 20 dogs from puppies to adults, urine on the floor, there’s feces on the floor, there’s a strong smell of ammonia. The place is not well-kept,” said Adrian Ashby, adding that there was no water or food present for the animals.

Some of the dogs were chained up, and all were being forced to live in their own filth inside an East Flatbush apartment. NBC New York’s Myles Miller reports. Police officers with the NYPD’s animal cruelty investigation squad made a stunning and disturbing discovery inside a Brooklyn home on […]

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