Doyle woman arrested on 25 counts of animal cruelty
According to a press release from Matt McFarland, captain at the LCSO, on June 18 deputies responded to a report regarding a severely starved dog.
Upon arrival and through investigation it was learned the animal had been rescued from a Doyle residence.
McFarland said deputies and animal control officers from the Lassen County Department of Public Works went to the residence located on the Doyle Grade where they discovered approximately 23 dogs, five cats, one horse, two goats and several other animals in differing stages of malnourishment and neglect, as well as several dead animals.
Hunt was contacted and subsequently arrested.
According to McFarland, animal control officers, with assistance from the deputies, seized approximately 61 animals which included dogs, cats, rabbits, chickens, geese, rats, ferrets and birds that were placed in foster care or transported to the animal shelter where they are receiving necessary care.
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