more than 70 dogs rescued from unsanitary conditions in Maisons-Alfort

The Animal Aid Foundation intervened on Monday morning to rescue 65 dogs and eight puppies left to fend for themselves in a Maisons-Alfort pavilion.

“It’s an apocalyptic scene of a layer of dirt mixed with animal excrement exploding in our faces,” describes the Animal Assistance Foundation. The association intervened on Monday in a Maisons-Alfort pavilion to save dogs living in unsanitary conditions.

The operation was carried out jointly with the services of the DDPP 94, she explains in a press release relayed by 20 Minutes.

No hygienic conditions

The foundation has stumbled upon a scene of horror. She discovers 65 dogs and eight puppies covered in fecal material living in dirt and urine: “a thick film of urine and frass covers the floor of this house ravaged by dirt.”

“A sludge of faeces has completely taken over this house: not a single square meter has been spared! Even the dogs!”, says their press release.

Purebred dogs, eagles, spitz, shiba, bulldogs, bichons, terriers, are not alone, however. Their owners, a couple, live there “with total indifference to judgment,” according to the foundation.

The animals were impounded for the benefit of the Foundation and placed in its shelters to receive the necessary care and a veterinary check-up.

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