Angels of Assisi assists in rescuing 46 dogs, 7 cats from unsafe living conditions in Tennessee home

Many of the pets have skin and eye infections

Hundreds of rescued pets from a hoarding case in rural Tennessee will soon be looking for a home.

ROANOKE, Va. – A Roanoke animal shelter helped save more than 50 pets from a bad living situation in rural Tennessee on Friday.

Angels of Assisi stated in a Facebook post that its rescue team saved 46 dogs and 7 cats from a home “where the standards of living weren’t being met.” The animal shelter hasn’t disclosed the medical conditions of the pets but said that many have skin and eye infections.

The organization is slated to release more information regarding the animals once it conducts medical examinations.

“Thank you to Rescue DOG & End of Life Sanctuary for bringing these innocent animals out of the darkness that comes from mental illness,” Angels of Assisi said in a Facebook post. “As always, thank you to Petco Love for the wheels to safely transport these animals to their new beginning. Together, help is here.”

Our rescue team is on their way back from rural Tennessee with 46 dogs and 7 cats in tow. These animals were in a house...

Posted by Angels of Assisi on Friday, June 18, 2021

To donate, visit Angels of Assisi’s Facebook page. So far, $2,310 has been raised to help support this group of pets.

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Jazmine Otey joined the 10 News team in February 2021.