LOS ANGELES COUNTY – 5 puppies and a number of other different animals have been rescued from a massive marijuana grow bust operation near the Antelope Valley area on Tuesday.
Due to the efforts of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department this operation was deemed “the biggest operation ever to happen within the historical past of LASD.”
The most important develop found had greater than 70 greenhouses over 10 acres, with an estimated marijuana crop price $50 million.
As soon as the large operation was taken down a number of animals have been found on the property. Authorities rescued 5 puppies, their mother, dad, one other male canine and a cat.
LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva turned over the animals to Reversed Rescue in Leona Valley.
In line with the rescue, “The 5 puppies are round 6-7 weeks previous, they appear to be Pitbull/Mastiff mixes. with 4 males and one feminine. The mother pup is a Pitbull and solely about one 12 months previous. The 2 male canines are round a 12 months previous. The black Pit/Lab combine is in good well being. The opposite male that appears to be a Pit/Basset Hound combine wants some work however is doing alright. His ears appeared to have been minimize off with scissors and finished in a really horrible method. The cat is coming round and warming up. At the moment consuming nicely and doing good. All of the animals had their first vet go to for a well being examine and subsequent will likely be all vaccinations, then neuters and spay. We’re taking a look at an excellent quantity of vet payments and plenty of mouths to feed so when you can help we really admire it!”
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Observe the progress of the animals on the Reversed Rescue Instagram page and for adoption data within the close to future.
CNS contributed to this report.