The 30 Millions d’Amis Foundation allows the rescue of 9 hunting dogs retained in deplorable conditions

The 9 dogs saved by the Millions d’Amis Foundation in a kennel in the Hautes-Pyrénées have nothing to fear, but it will take them weeks before they return to normal life. The team at La Tuilerie refuge provides them with the care and attention they need to recover from their trauma.

They are called Fanfare , Jonquille , Loky , Lotto , Margo , Nemo , Obélix , Rambo and Rumba . The youngest is only 7 months old and the oldest is 6 years old . These 9 dogs left the hell in which they lived and now benefit from the kindness of the staff of the 30 Millions d’Amis Foundation refuge in Saint-Hilliers (77). They were placed there on December 9 in the wake of their rescue by the association, as we learn on its site.

Their master is a louveterie lieutenant . He held them in deplorable conditions and kept them locked in unsanitary cages near Lannemezan (65).

The lifeless body of a 10 th dog has also been discovered at the scene.

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As soon as they have recovered physically and psychologically from this ill-treatment, they can be offered for adoption .

In the meantime, the 30 Millions d’Amis Foundation has decided to file a complaint for an act of cruelty .

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