8 Dogs Seized In Havelock Animal Cruelty Case

By: April Davis
By: April Davis

Eight dogs were seized in the east as part of an animal cruelty case.

The Craven County Sheriff's office and Humane Society of the U.S. assisted in the seizure of 6 pit bull terrier adults and 2 newborn puppies from a Havelock property. The sheriff's department says the dogs were severely emaciated and had no clean drinking water or food.

There is a suspect in the case, but no one in custody. The HSUS is providing the dogs with the vet care before relocating them to a temporary shelter.

The Humane Society of the U.S. has a temporary shelter at the Craven County fairgrounds for animals displaced after Irene.

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