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The researchers of the Portage County Humane League in Ohio made a gruesome discovery, the remains, in various stages of decomposition, of 146 dogs. The tragedy of the case is that the discovery occurred in the house of the co-founder of Canine Lifeline, Barbara Wible.
The grim discovery came at a residence in Mantua, after the animal protection league said it had learned of a possible episode of animal cruelty.
Authorities said they had received information about Barbara Wible’s behavior after she was found passed out at her home during a wellness check in early June when she was hospitalized.
“Inside the house, andThe Humanitarian Agent discovered 146 deceased dogs in different stages of decomposition”announced from the Portage Humane League, “No live dogs were found. Many of the dogs were found confined inside their cages.
“None of the volunteers knew of the medical conditions Wible had been diagnosed with prior to this most recent hospitalization, nor the number of dogs she housed, nor the state of her home,” Canine Lifeline said.
Images captured at the scene show the remains of what authorities discovered in the abandoned house.. Piles of stacked dog crates can be seen outside the property’s garage.
At the moment, the authorities plan to carry out necropsies to determine the causes of death of the dogs.
Meanwhile, Canine Lifeline said its volunteers They were “shocked, horrified and confused to learn of the devastating revelations.”
“None of the volunteers knew of the medical conditions that Wible had been diagnosed with prior to this most recent hospitalization, nor did they know the number of dogs she housed or the status of her home,” the organization insisted.
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