Things like this recent animal cruelty case in Baltimore are so upsetting. Click here to view the newscast and read the story (warning - this video shows severely emaciated dogs and shows officers carrying the remains of a dog out in a trash bag).
This is very upsetting, especially if a rescue is full and doesn't have room to foster more dogs. Tails of the Tundra has a foster home for one of these dogs, but we're not sure if we will have room for the others. The Baltimore City shelter is crowded and these dogs don't have much time. So I want to put the word out there for these poor doggies who have already had such a hard life.
I am crossing my paws for them, they deserve to go to good homes and be loved and well cared for so that they can put these terrible days behind them. A total of five dogs were seized from this woman's home, one of which was a purebred Husky, the other is a Husky mix. Animal Control officers also seized fourteen cats from the home. If anyone wants to foster or adopt one of these animals, the Baltimore City Animal Control Shelter's number is (410) 396-4694.