50 Dogs and Cats Rescued in Ruidoso Operation

In a large-scale rescue operation, authorities in Ruidoso have saved 50 dogs and cats from dire conditions. The rescue was a coordinated effort involving local animal shelters and the Ruidoso Animal Control.

The animals were found living in overcrowded and unsanitary environments. Many were malnourished and in need of medical attention.

“It’s heartbreaking to see animals in such conditions, but we’re relieved they are now safe,” said Officer Jenny Martinez from Ruidoso Animal Control. As per to the source yahoo

The rescued pets were immediately transported to local shelters, where they received medical care and vaccinations. Shelter workers are now working tirelessly to rehabilitate the animals and prepare them for adoption.

“These animals deserve a second chance at a happy life,” said Sarah Blake, a volunteer at the Ruidoso Humane Society.

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Local residents have already begun to show their support by donating supplies and expressing interest in adopting the rescued pets. The shelters are encouraging more community members to get involved, whether through donations, fostering, or adoption.

This rescue operation highlights the ongoing issue of animal neglect and the importance of community vigilance. Authorities urge anyone aware of animal cruelty or neglect to report it immediately.

“Together, we can make a difference and ensure that all animals are treated with the care and respect they deserve,” said Martinez.

For more information on how to help or adopt, contact the Ruidoso Humane Society or visit their website.

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