After police seized 91 animals, including two pigs, and numerous dogs and cats, from Orphaned Kanines, 1922 Kremer Ave., and two other residences, the Wisconsin Humane Society reported that a number of animals are sick from living in urine and feces.

Here’s what the Wisconsin Humane Society reported.

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Denise Lockwood has an extensive background in traditional and non-traditional media. She has written for Patch.com, the Milwaukee Business Journal, Milwaukee Magazine and the Kenosha News.

One reply on “Wisconsin Humane Society Gives Status On Seized Animals From Orphaned Kanines”

  1. Your Caledonia animal hoarding /seizure story is factual inaccurate. The executed Wisconsin Humane Society contract with each eastern Racine County municipality has a specific clause wherein the jurisdiction which seized the animals is financially responsible for impounding the animals until the case is adjudicated.
    The Wisconsin Humane Society does not , nor do the other eastern Racine County municipalities, have to legally foot the excessive cost brought by the Village of Caledonia.

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