RENSSELAER COUNTY, N.Y. (Information10) —An investigation into the welfare of all over 200 animals commenced on Tuesday at a Rensselaer County farm on Hidley Highway just after a grievance was submitted involving animal neglect. North Greenbush Law enforcement and the Mohawk Hudson Humane Culture satisfied with the proprietors, and they made the decision to “voluntarily switch over” all of their domestic and farm animals for additional evaluation.
“We have a large amount of people that are really caring, quite worried about the welfare of these animals,” Marguerite Pearson, Director of Communications for Mohawk Hudson Humane Culture, mentioned.
The enterprise was a group energy given that mid-early morning to assess the effectively becoming of the animals—cats, canine, turkeys, cattle, pigs, and chickens—and take out them from the property. North Greenbush Police, the Mohawk Hudson Humane Culture, the Albany County Sheriff’s Office, and the Woodstock Farm Sanctuary ended up all existing to help.
“Some of the animals have been eradicated to the humane culture. In certain, cats and dogs are there getting care now,” Pearson mentioned.
News10 reached out to the homeowners of the farm and have nonetheless to receive a response.
“There was no malicious intent on everything we saw there. It was a lot more of a situation wherever it was just mind-boggling for the spouse and children to sufficiently keep,” North Greenbush Law enforcement Chief David M. Keevern reported. “This is a heartbreaking case for all parties associated.”
The investigation is nonetheless ongoing, and doable expenses are dependent upon the animal evaluations.