When the rescuers of the Humane Society Of The United States arrived at a 56-acre property in Kingman County, Kansas, they were immediately overpowered by the putrid smell of waste in the air. They were heartbroken to see almost 30 dogs, cats and horses living like hollow shells in these rotten surroundings, with many being sick and delirious.

 

 

Some of the dogs were running loose on the property, pacing in desperation. The rest of the skinny, fleas-infested dogs were huddled up in makeshift pens that were never cleaned up. It was disturbing to see some dogs tied up in the sun and struggling to find shade under trailers.

The Humane Society is now working with the Kingman County Sheriff’s Office to bring the owners of this property to face the consequences of their crime. Action will be taken after the investigation is complete. As for the rescued animals, they will be transported to a safe, undisclosed location shortly.

 

 

The workers are working tirelessly to restore the traumatized animals’ mental and physical health. You can help by donating toward the recovery of these poor beings through the Humane Society’s website. These dogs can use all the help they can get. Spread the word.

Click the video below to watch what the Humane Society volunteers witnessed when they entered the property for the first time.