It is because of noise pollution that the 30 Millions d’Amis Foundation was alerted to a dangerous situation in Seine-et-Marne, where 24 Jack Russells lived with their owner in deplorable conditions.
In Seine-et-Marne, an owner of 24 Jack Russells was overwhelmed by the number of animals living at home, reproducing among themselves without ever leaving the home.
Alerted by neighbors because of noise pollution, the municipal police checked the accommodation of the dog owner in mid-August before contacting the 30 Millions d’Amis Foundation to help the dogs in the house.
24 dogs in distress
Coming to rescue 14 dogs, the teams of the 30 Millions d’Amis Foundation discovered 24 dogs in distress in the same accommodation, living among their excrement. Some puppies were only one month old, and a dog with a severe skin infection needed urgent care.
“This person was overwhelmed,” says Arnauld Lhomme, investigator at the 30 Millions d’Amis Foundation. “His animals have reproduced among themselves because they are obviously not sterilized. The situation escaped him. We came for 14 dogs, we get almost double that … “
Animals will be offered for adoption
The owner of the 24 dogs agreed to entrust them to the 30 Million Amis Foundation “to avoid the stories”.
Today, they are at the 30 Millions Amis de la Tuilerie refuge, and will be able to join their new families after a period of adaptation and socialization, because they have known no other human than their master before their rescue.