Public assistance needed after bodies of 8 puppies found in freezer of vacant house

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Canada – Officials in Winnipeg, Manitoba, have reached out to the public for help after a grim discovery was made in the freezer of a house that has been “technically” vacant for years. On Saturday, Winnipeg Animal Services issued a release about the discovery of eight deceased puppies, individually wrapped in garbage bags, inside of a house on the 1400 block of Ross Avenue West.

According to the release, the house has been vacant for approximately six years, but transients have accessed the house multiple times. The animal welfare agency described the puppies found in the freezer, writing:

As per the Animal Services Agency, it is believed the dogs were three to four months old with medium fur, long snouts, and long legs at the time of death. The cause of death is undetermined due to decomposition.

Suspected animal cruelty or neglect should be reported to the Provincial Animal Care Line at 204-945-8000.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 204-786-TIPS (8477).

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