DOTHAN, Ala. (AP) – Animal advocates are complaining about an Alabama police division’s plan to public sale off canine seized from a suspected pet mill.
Dothan police seized sixty five canine from a house final month after getting a tip that animals have been being stored in deplorable circumstances. They now plan to promote the canine at an public sale to boost cash for a brand new animal shelter.
However opponent Theresa Bryan-Watts says the animals have already got been exploited, they usually’re being exploited once more.
Dothan Police Chief Steve Parrish says he has acquired many calls from individuals expressing curiosity within the animals. He says an public sale will present native residents with a good shot at getting an animal.
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