This is an update on the animals confiscated from a former Florida rescue in horrible condition March 11.
Brevard County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrived to find members of the rescue loading the animals into a U-Haul, where they were allegedly transporting them to a storage building.
The dogs and cats were seized, and are currently being housed at Brevard County, FL North Animal Care and Adoption Center. The effort to log in all of the animals is ongoing, as they are overwhelmed at having to take on so many, with several in poor condition, so quickly. Some of the animals haven’t been kennel carded at this time.
Friends of Brevard County posted on their Facebook wall earlier today
“Please share the new photos of the dogs and cats that are posted below. Faith, Hope and Love Rescue has done this before but they are now DONE in Titusville and the animals are left to pay the price of a bad rescue!”
The slideshow with this article shows many of the confiscated animals who are in desperate need of rescue. More will be posted as they become available, along with updates, on theFriends of Brevard County, FL North Animal Care and Adoption Center Facebook page.
Dog and cat rescues are being called on to contact
Deputy Edward Becht
Brevard County Sheriff’s office
Information on the Brevard shelter is listed below
North Animal Care Center
2605 Flake Road
Titusville, FL 32796
Hours of Operation
Monday through Saturday 11-6
Many who are familiar with Faith, Hope and Love Rescue, Inc. are calling for action to be taken against those responsible for the alleged neglect of these poor dogs and cats. Information and phone numbers to county leaders can be found here, should you wish to complain. No charges have been filed at this time.
The Faith, Hope and Love Rescue, Inc. Facebook page was taken down on Wednesday. At the time of this article, their webpage can still be viewed here.
Please share this article with rescues in the Florida area. Not only do these new arrivals need out, but so do the ones who were already in the care of the Brevard County shelter.