Dozens of Animals Found In Apparent Hoarding Situation In North Tosorontio

The 57 animals will require extensive medical care

The Alliston and District Humane Society is thanking the many volunteers who stepped up and helped with the rescue of over 50 animals from a dangerous environment.

ADHS says that on January 8th, 57 animals were found in an apparent hoarding situation on a property in North Tosorontio.

The owner of the property passed away and OPP called the society upon the discovery of the animals, which includes 28 domestic rabbits, 21 cats (a dozen or more to come), 5 chickens, 2 guinea pigs and a dog .

In a Facebook post, Vice president Jane Clarke says all of the animals are in poor physical condition and will require extensive medical care and attention.

Volunteers dropped everything to transport, house, and triage the animals.

ADHS is asking for help with the extensive costs associated with the medical care and rehabilitation of the animals so they can become healthy and adoptable.

Information on where to donate can be found here.

Photos courtesy of Alliston & District Humane Society Facebook