A search warrant served on a property in Kingman County, Kansas merited a massive rescue of a variety of animals. Kingman County Sheriff’s Office and the Humane Society of the United States removed 30 dogs, two cats, one horse, and two burros from the residence, which is believed to be a cruelty situation.

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Some of the animals were running free on the property but others were contained in makeshift pens and crawling under trailers to find shade.

“No animal deserves to suffer in deplorable conditions like those we’ve seen today,” said Midge Grinstead, Kansas state director for the Humane Society of the United States. “We are thankful to the Kingman County Sheriff’s Office and our partners for answering the call to help these animals.”

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Field examinations were performed on all the animals and authorities transported them to an undisclosed safe location. Some of them suffer from skin conditions and neglect and they now will get the help needed.

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The owner of the animals told media his wife’s health is failing and he has been unable to keep up with the kennel clean up daily. More about the case can be seen in the video below.