On April 23, the gendarmes of Villefranche-de-Rouerge (Aveyron) were called for a marital dispute, reports News. They went to the town of Saint-Rémy, around 7 a.m., and they soon realized that their intervention would take longer than expected…
Indeed, the charges have continued to increase against the individual present at the scene: he was responsible for burglaries that occurred the previous week, and tested positive for narcotics. In addition, during his custody, the gendarmes learned that 2 dogs were living with him, and that they desperately needed help.
“We have no words”
The accommodation, abandoned for several weeks, was filled with waste and excrement. The 2 dogs present at the scene were “ in great suffering due to malnutrition and lack of water “, report the soldiers. With the help of a dog handler from Cahors, they were able to extract the 2 animals from their ordeal, and entrust them to the Rodez SPA.
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The volunteers were deeply moved by this story. ” We have no words to describe the state of the interior of the house, the dogs lived in terrible conditions. All the rooms in the house were devastated and filled with excrement. They need to gain weight and are infested with fleas “, they said on Facebook.
“Your Hell is Over”
Goliaththe black male and Yana, the brown female, were washed and treated with pest control. ” They are now in good hands, we are going to pamper them as much as possible and bring them the comfort they have missed so much. […] your hell is over “, promise them the volunteers.
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Despite their painful experience, Yana And Goliath are particularly sociable and receptive. ” They accept our care without problem “, add the members of the SPA, delighted to be able to offer them a new start. The 2 canines have been offered for adoption and are waiting for the family of their dreams.
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Their former owner was tried in immediate appearance on April 25 for animal abuse, theft, concealment of theft and several traffic offenses committed as a repeat offense. He was sentenced to a 2-year prison sentence, including 6 months suspended, to 2 fines of €400, and to reimbursement of the veterinary expenses incurred.