Guardians of Rescue has saved more than 2,000 animals this year, multiple arrests
There have been a lot of changes since COVID took center stage, and one of them has been an increase in the number of cases reported to Guardians of Rescue. The organization’s mission is to help save abused and abused animals, and it has had a busy year doing so. With more and more people staying at home, they have witnessed the abuse of animals around them and have taken action to help end it.
SMITHTOWN, NY, August 11, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – There have been a lot of changes since COVID took center stage, and one of them has been an increase in the number of cases reported to Rescue Guardians. The organization’s mission is to help save abused and abused animals, and it has had a busy year doing so. With more and more people staying at home, they have witnessed the abuse of animals around them and have taken action to help end it.
“This year we have been extremely busy helping animals across the country,” explains Robert Misseri, president and founder of Guardians of Rescue. “Not only do we get calls from people who want to report animal abuse, but we also work with other smaller organizations, so we have been able to do a lot of work, thanks to the help we receive from our community of supporters. .. ”
Guardians of Rescue works with many law enforcement agencies across the country who lack the resources to prosecute those suspected of animal abuse. The organization helps them by investigating animal abuse calls it receives from individuals, as well as by working with small animal rescue organizations that are in more rural areas. In these areas, organizations tend to work with the police and the sheriff’s department to tackle puppy mills and illegal hoarders. The guards intervene whenever necessary, and he has carried out more than 2,000 animal rescues, and his investigations have led to multiple arrests.
Some of the cases they’ve been working on this year include:
Tennessee Bone yard Dogs – Grundy County, Tennessee, January 16, 2021 – Guards rescued over 200 dogs from a hoarding store / puppy mill, where there were dog bones and skulls lying around. Hundreds of dogs suffered and died on the property, with their remains still strewn about. The dogs that were rescued required immediate medical attention. The woman who ran the place was arrested and charged with numerous counts of animal cruelty.
Hell of cats – Mingo County, West Virginia, February 6, 2021 – The guards worked with others in Mingo County to help save over 100 cats from horrible conditions. They were in freezing conditions and there was no fresh water or food around. Cats suffered and struggled for survival, including turning to cannibalism.
Cold and dark nightmare for chihuahuas – Mason County, Kentucky, February 18, 2021 – The guards were called in urgently to rescue about twenty small dogs who were trying to survive in a shuttered house, left to themselves without water or food, for two weeks. This house had neither electricity nor heating. Even the toilet bowls were frozen. The dogs were frozen and sick. They needed immediate medical attention.
Dumped Mountain Dogs – West VA, 24 january and March 2021 – More than 70 dogs, many in chains, lived homeless on top of a mountain in a remote area of West Virginia. Guardians have been contacted by local authorities regarding this bad situation at Mingo County, West Virginia. Our team, along with our placement partners, rescued these ruthless dogs.
Kentucky Hellhole Puppy Mill – 300+ dogs, March 25, 2021 – The guards were called to Kentucky to pull hundreds of desperate dogs out of a hellish puppy mill. Conditions were horrendous on this property. It was infested with large rats and there were remains of dead dogs all over the property. All the dogs had been used for profit and were abused and lived in prison.
Chester County, Tennessee – May 22, 2021, more than 50 dogs removed from the nightmare – Guardians received an urgent call for help from the Chester County Sheriff’s Department – More than 50 dogs needed immediate help. The animals lived in hell. They were saved and all adopted.
Hart County, Kentucky – May 20, 2021 – 65+ dogs needed to go out. The guards received a disturbing call about a potential hoarding / breeding operation, so our investigation team contacted law enforcement and expressed our concerns. When law enforcement contacted the owner, it was found that there were over 65 dogs on this property, with some requiring immediate veterinary care.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – June 2021, Guardians on the ground in Philly. The team distributed over 1,000 pounds of pet food, collars, harnesses, pet shampoo and feral cat houses. These articles have helped homeless animals. Additionally, he investigated reports of animal cruelty in the area.
“We are so happy that we have been able to be so productive and help so many animals in the past six months,” added Misseri. “We cannot do all of this work without donations from those who support what we do. Every little bit counts and adds up to keep us doing this work. Please consider donating so that the second half of the year, we can continue to fund our mission. ”
Guardians of Rescue provides assistance to animals on the streets and investigates cases of animal cruelty. It is located in new York, but he helps animals in many places across the country. It is also essential for helping the military with their pets. To find out more, get involved or make a donation to support the Gardiens du Sauvetage, log on to http://www.guardiansofrescue.org.
About Guardians of Rescue
Situated at new York, Guardians of Rescue is an organization whose mission is to protect the welfare of all animals. It provides aid to animals in distress, including rehabilitation, assistance to other rescue groups, and support to families, military and non-military, who need help due to economic factors. To learn more about Guardians of Rescue, visit http://www.guardiansofrescue.org.
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