Cats and Dogs Removed From Dirty Michigan Home
Paradise Township, Michigan, was not such a paradise for more than two dozen cats and dogs that were living inside an absolute filthy home in Michigan's northwestern Lower Peninsula.
According to WOOD TV, the Michigan Stage Police seized the animals that were in what they described as absolute deplorable conditions. Police got the call on Monday about a bunch of dogs that were seen running loose along a road that was located in the Grand Traverse County's Paradise Township. Police say when they entered the home they found more dogs and cats and the homes floors were covered in feces.
One dog was found dead in the home once the Grand Traverse County Animal Control and the Cherryland Humane Society were able to inspect the premises.
When police were searching the home they found animals actually inside the walls of the home. All the animals that were seized were said to be in extreme poor health and were suffering from dehydration and starvation.
No word if there will people actually living at the house at this time but the County is looking at having the home demolished and authorities are looking into charging the home owner.