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PAWS rescues 77 animals, finds others dead

| Staff Reporters
Dead piglets and chickens in various states of decomposition. Hogs standing in 3 feet of their own feces and urine, feeding on the dead. Emaciated horses with open sores. No clean water. Horse skulls, jawbones and cow horns scattered across the filthy property.
PAWS rescue
PAWS employee Jonathan DeGroat pets a pig saved the day before from a Laurel Hill farm that claimed to be a shelter. The pigs, and dozens of other saved animals, were hungry and thirsty. (Submitted photo)

 

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