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Pitbull dogs rescued from a clandestine kennel in Mexico City

by Yucatan Times
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The capital authorities secured a clandestine pitbull dog breeder, in which the dogs lived in deplorable conditions. The Mexico City Prosecutor’s Office searched after an anonymous complaint about abandoned and malnourished animals on the roof of the building in the Magdalena Contreras municipality.

Agents from the Investigative Police (PDI) went to the property located on 74 San Bernabé Avenue in the Cuauhtémoc neighborhood of said mayor’s office, where they rescued nine pit bull dogs that were overcrowded and without food or water.

On the afternoon of Friday, December 29, the capital’s Prosecutor’s Office reported that PDI agents responded to an anonymous complaint of animal abandonment and abuse in that municipality.

In parallel, intervention was given to veterinary medicine personnel from the General Coordination of Forensic Investigation and Expert Services who appeared outside the property, without receiving any response after several calls inside.

Upon receiving no response, the social representative requested and obtained a court order to enter the home.

With the support of elements of the Animal Surveillance Brigade of the Secretariat of Citizen Security and personnel from the Environmental and Public Order Attorney’s Office (PAOT), the agents entered the property and secured the dogs.

According to reports, a total of 13 pit bull dogs lived inside the home: three were previously sheltered by the mayor’s Animal Protection staff and one died, possibly as a result of the conditions in which he lived.

For this reason, nine of the 13 dogs that were at the site were rescued alive in the operation. No arrests were reported. In the photographs taken by prosecutors, the dogs can be seen with chains tied to their necks, living among excrement, without water or food. The mayor’s authorities called on residents to report any fact, act, or omission that could be considered abuse and/or violate the well-being of pets.

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