Bunny Money: After Rescuing 56 Animals, NHSPCA Needs Your Help
Within the last five weeks, the New Hampshire Society for the Prevention and Care of Animals has rescued 56 animals.
The animals arrived at their temporary home for a variety of reasons including inadequate living conditions, abandonment and/or cruelty.
The executive director of the NHSPCA, Lisa Dennison, updated NH1.com on the well-being of the recently rescued animals.
Twenty-one animals that were abandoned by their owner were rescued Jan. 12 in Exeter when police saw them as they were serving an eviction notice.
Dennison said that all the animals that were rescued have been surrendered and are up for adoption.
You can check out the adoptable animals here.
In addition to rescuing the 21 abandoned animals in Exeter, the NHSPCA also rescued 31 German Shepherds from their owner in Bristol and Alexandria.
The investigation into the owner of the dogs, Jennifer "Bobbi" Choate, is still ongoing so the dogs are not up for adoption. Dennison did tell NH1.com that the German Shepherds are doing well in their facilities.
Dennison described the care for the animals as an "extremely costly support."
For those who wish to donate to the NHSPCA can do so here.