Queensland Police raided a property in Glenarbon, near Goondiwindi in Queensland, early on Monday morning, only to find nearly 100 animals residing there, many of which were malnourished and/or injured.
Investigators found that many of the animals did not have adequate shelter or water, and two of the dogs required emergency treatment.
The RSPCA have said that majority of the dogs found were American Staffordshire bull terriers, Australian and American bulldogs, French bulldogs and pitbulls.
RSPCA Queensland chief inspector Daniel Young said the conditions that the animals were living in were “very disturbing”:
“There was inadequate shelter and water and a number of the dogs were carrying injuries that needed urgent veterinary treatment.There was one dog that was sharing a small space with a dog that was deceased and there were the remains of a number of corpses lying near dogs that were tethered.We’d like to sincerely thank Queensland Police for their invaluable assistance in this operation.”
There’s a few photos from the RSPCA below: [WARNING: EXTREMELY HEARTBREAKING]
81 dogs and puppies and 10 cats were seized from the property and had been moved to the RSPCA‘s Animal Welfare Campus in Wacol for further care.
Investigations are currently ongoing, and police would like to hear from you if you have purchased a pet from a 40-year-old man, with property on Bosnjaks Road in Glenarbon.
Now, if you’ll excuse us, we’ll be over here crying about all the beautiful, perfect, innocent puppers and kitters, none of which deserve to be mistreated and tortured by deadass human beings. Beyond awful.