I-Team: Dogs seized in animal abuse investigation still in cages two years later

By Randy Travis Published January 13, 2022 COLLEGE PARK, Ga. - The pandemic turned much of the human world upside down. But the FOX 5 I-Team discovered a forgotten victim: dogs. Specifically, ones seized in cruelty cases, yet stuck in shelters waiting for the case to get before a judge. On a visit to the Fulton County Animal Shelter, we saw some dogs held since May 2021. In DeKalb County, a dog has been there since March 19, 2021. But for some, it’s coming up on two years. "There’s no reason why we should be keeping animals for two years in any case," argued Claudine Wilkins, founder of the Animal Protection Society, a non-profit dedicated to fighting animal abuse. FULL STORY: https://www.fox5atlanta.com/news/why-are-some-alleged-animal-abuse-victims-still-in-custody-two-years-later

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