Dogs euthanized and shallow graves found on property of no-kill sanctuary
According to Thursday’s Bay News 9, officials who executed a search warrant at a Bradenton, Fla., animal sanctuary discovered multiple shallow graves on the property.
On Wednesday, following a weeks long investigation, deputies with the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office, veterinarians and animal services officials, seized upwards of 300 animals from the Napier’s Log Cabin Horse and Animal Sanctuary, a self-described “No-Kill,” non-profit animal sanctuary.
Many of the animals on the property were in poor health – approximately 12 dogs were in such poor condition that they were humanely euthanized.
Eight dogs were found in a shallow grave on the property and it is unclear if there are more which have yet to be found.
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