18 animals removed from Grandview Heights home

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GRANDVIEW HEIGHTS, OH (WCMH) — 18 animals were recovered by the Columbus Humane Society from a Grandview Heights home Tuesday.

According to the Humane Society, the organization’s Cruelty Investigations Department served a warrant based on reports of unsanitary conditions and sick animals that weren’t being treated.

Upon arrival, investigators said they removed 10 cats, two dogs, two rabbits, and four guinea pigs from the Mulford Road home. The four guinea pigs were dead, and the other animals are being examined by the Humane Society.

The Humane Society is working to file charges. A probable cause hearing is scheduled for Sept. 18.

HUMANE SOCIETY EXECUTING A WARRANT: A spokeswoman said the warrant is being executed ‘based on unsanitary conditions and illnesses left untreated,’ at a Grandview Heights home. https://nbc4i.co/2kufUan

Posted by Dan Pearlman on Tuesday, September 10, 2019

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