Cruelty and Neglect Cases
This week the Humane Society of Greater Dayton is removing at least 150 animals from a home in Huber Heights. Animals include rabbits, chickens, homing pigeons and other animals.
"These animals are being removed because some appear to be sick and because they are being kept in an unsafe and unsanitary environment," said Sheila Marquis the Humane Society of Greater Dayton's humane agent.
As a nonprofit organization, we receive no government funding to assist with removing and caring for animals in hoarding cases. It is our responsibility to help all animals in need and this process can be quite expensive to our organization.
If you would like to help us with this case you can:
- Donate money to our Rescue Fund. This fund helps all animals who are victims of cruelty and neglect, but if you put the word rabbits in the notes box on the donation form, it will go directly to this specific case.
- Donate supplies to help these animals. You can bring in donations to our office at 1661 Nicholas Road or you can purchase and have items shipped by using our Amazon Wish List.
With your support, we can together ensure that all animals are valued in our community and we can continue to protect animals from cruel and neglectful circumstances. Thank you for your support!