Fairfield Police and Animal Control Rescue Over 80 Animals From Home on Churchill Street

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FAIRFIELD – Chief Robert Kalamaras reports that Fairfield Police and Animal Control saved more than 80 animals from a home today.

On Saturday, November 20, at approximately 8:35 a.m., Fairfield Police were notified of a possible animal cruelty situation at a Churchill Street home by members of the Fairfield Fire Department, who were assisting the resident of home following a medical examination. emergency.

Upon arrival at the scene, officers entered the house and found its interior in a gruesome state with animal waste everywhere. Inside the house, officers located more than 80 animals, including chickens, cats, geese, turkeys and ducks.

Fairfield Animal Control was immediately contacted and responded to the scene. Westport, Bridgeport and Trumbull Animal Control also helped.

All animals were removed from the residence and transported to local shelters for evaluation.

Based on the condition of the house, police believe it was a hoarding situation. The resident was transported to a local hospital for treatment.

The animal cruelty investigation is ongoing. The incident is being investigated by Fairfield Police and Fairfield Animal Control.


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