Thursday, March 26
Fourteen dogs and two birds were taken from a St. Paul residence Wednesday, March 25 after St. Paul Animal Control and Animal Humane Society received complaints of multiple animals at the residence and possible animal neglect.
The Animal Humane Society and St. Paul Animal Control, with assistance from St. Paul Police, removed the animals from the residence. A variety of dog breeds were found in the home and eight were younger than two years. Eleven of the dogs and the two birds are at the Animal Humane Society; three dogs are at St. Paul Animal Control.
No charges have been filed by the St. Paul City Attorney's office. As this case is currently under investigation, the animals are not available for adoption.