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86 Dogs Rescued From Deplorable Conditions At House

Ceres, CA – A welfare check earlier this week led to the discovery of dozens of dogs living in squalor at a home in Ceres. Officials found 86 dogs living in a house where an elderly woman and a four-year-old child were also living with three adults who were arrested for child and elder abuse.

As reported by the Associated Press, the rescued dogs were taken to the Stanislaus Animal Services facility and the young child and senior woman were placed into the custody of Stanislaus County protective services.

The animal shelter posted images of the rescued dogs on Wednesday and asked for help from the public.

The agency outlined the ways people can assist:

Here’s how YOU can help:

Here’s how YOU can help:
🐾 DONATE: Your support makes a meaningful difference in the lives of shelter pets. You can donate online by clicking this link: https://www.clover.com/…/9ff1e497-77c5-4eee-a6d2… or you can stop by our shelter to make a donation!
Our address is 3647 Cornucopia Way Modesto CA 95358.
🐾 SUPPLIES: We have a team of skilled groomers available to provide bathing services for the dogs in our care. If you would like to support their efforts, you can donate grooming supplies through our Amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/172HB0VB1HOND…
🐾 FOSTERS: At this time, the 80+ dogs from this case are not available for fostering, but our shelter has many other dogs in need of foster homes. By fostering a dog from our shelter, you help create more space for other dogs in need. Please consider fostering one of our longest stay dogs, you can view them here: https://www.stanislausanimalservices.com/…/adopt-dogs…
🐾 RESCUE ORGANIZATIONS: Please contact our Rescue Coordinator at rescue@stancounty.com for more information on tagging our medical need dogs from this case.

As reported by KCRA News, oxygen levels in the home were just 16 percent because of the high level of ammonia inside; the residence was deemed “unlivable.”

The individuals arrested are identified as 43-year-old Lissette Stdenis, 43-year-old Seth Badal and 22-year-old Freddy Vasquez; the trio are expected to face charges of animal cruelty in addition to child and elder abuse charges.


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