Monica Myers March 18, 2019


More than 90 cats and dogs, many in urgent need of veterinary attention, were rescued from a White County, Ark., property after authorities discovered them living in filth and suffering from a lack of basic care. Arkansas State Police called in The Humane Society of the United States and other area and national organizations, including Central Arkansas Rescue Efforts for Animals, The Humane Society of Saline County, and RedRover, to assist in the rescue and removal of the animals.

10 thoughts on “More Than 90 Animals Rescued from Arkansas

  1. It’s so sad. Especially when it’s in your state and near you and you had no idea about it and you could’ve helped all along…

  2. This is like kindergarten but no one cared or feed those animals Some people they living their own rolls own 🌎 anything they want to treat animals like they treat abusive their children’s 😠wish them they pay the price 😠

  3. There are so many others animals also living on roads without shelter in cold and even without food .Many of them died due to cold and hunger .Can we start this campaign there also.😢

  4. Que.cruelda

  5. I live in Arkansas and this is a pretty consistent problem in the country areas:(( I will do anything I can to help<3

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