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Representatives from the Racine County District Attorney’s Office, Caledonia Police Department and the Wisconsin Humane Society held a press conference Friday to update the public on the condition of dozens of animals rescued Thursday from Orphaned Kanines in Caledonia. Photo credit: Beth David/Racine Uncovered
Lt. Brian Wall of the Caledonia Police Department holds one of the puppies rescued Thursday from Orphaned Kanines during a press conference at the Wisconsin Humane Society in Mount Pleasant. WHS is caring for the animals. Photo credit: Beth David/Racine Uncovered
Alison Fotsch Kleibor, director of the WHS – Racine Campus, explains the evaluations her staff is giving animals rescued Thursday from deplorable conditions at Orphaned Kanines in Caledonia. Photo credit: Beth David/Racine Uncovered
A puppy rescued Thursday from deplorable conditions at Orphaned Kanines in Caledonia. This little one is being evaluated for health issues before he/she can be put up for adoption. Photo credit: Beth David/Racine Uncovered
Clean living after being rescued Thursday from filth at Orphaned Kanines in Caledonia. Photo credit: Beth David/Racine Uncovered
This dog is enjoying clean living conditions at the Wisconsin Humane Society – Racine Campus after living in filth at Orphaned Kanines in Caledonia. Photo credit: Beth David/Racine Uncovered
WHS Spokesperson Angela Speed holds a dog Friday who was rescued Thursday from deplorable conditions at Orphaned Kanines in Caledonia. Photo credit: Beth David/Racine Uncovered
Rescued and living in clean conditions after living in filth at Orphaned Kanines in Caledonia. Photo credit: Beth David/Racine Uncovered
Shy, scared and unsure, this dog was one of dozens rescued Thursday from deplorable conditions at Orphaned Kanines in Caledonia. Photo credit: Beth David/Racine Uncovered
This dog is clean, dry and safe after being rescued Thursday from Orphaned Kanines in Caledonia. Wisconsin Humane Society is housing dozens of dogs at their Racine, Milwaukee and Ozaukee county facilities. Photo credit: Beth David/Racine Uncovered
This dog is one of dozens rescued Thursday now being cared for by the Wisconsin Humane Society at their Racine, Milwaukee and Ozaukee county facilities. Photo credit: Beth David/Racine Uncovered
Dogs are resting comfortably Friday after being rescued Thursday from deplorable conditions at Orphaned Kanines in Caledonia. Photo credit: Beth David/Racine Uncovered
 

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