Loomis Animal Raid
After weeks of rigorous and thorough preparation, humane officers from the Humane Society of the Sierra Foothills followed legal procedures and rescued neglected animals from horrific conditions. Read more..
Removed from a dank and dreary breeding facility in Loomis, 71 animals are now living in a clean, healthy environment, have plenty of fresh water, nutritious food, and are being treated for their critical medical conditions—and that includes the 700# hogs! Today, right now, they enjoy the good life that every animal deserves.
The animals with medical issues are being treated by caring veterinarians and their staff. The young female German Shepherd dog is scheduled for exploratory surgery to remove a large mass in her abdomen but not until the infection on her elbow is under control. Veterinarians are afraid the mass will rupture, so there's no choice but to remove it.
The still uncertain fate of the 6-pound, 10-week old German Shepherd puppy infected with parvovirus has touched the heart of the community. The tragedy and sadness of his condition from alleged neglect penetrates deep into our bones. UPDATE - OUR LITTLE BOY PASSED OVER THE BRIDGE - GOD SPEED LITTLE ONE, YOU SUFFERED TOO MUCH.
Finally, an ultrasound revealed that the pregnant Chihuahua will soon have 6 puppies. We're boiling the water and preparing for her delivery.
HSSF is indebted to the resilience of our collaborative partners. Five different organizations were on-scene to help us make this multi-species animal rescue possible, putting their professional knowledge to work in processing the investigation and seizure.
The expenses incurred from this operation and ongoing animal treatment will continue until all is resolved.
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