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VIDEO | Rescatan a 15 michis abandoned en tres jaulas en Vallejo

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A pearl pitbull y 15 gatitos They were abandoned on the streets of the Industrial Vallejo colony on November 23, which prompted the movement of experts from the Animal Surveillance Brigade.

From the information regarding the construction of a factory building located on the boulevard Ferrocarriles, upon reaching the work center I discovered that the 15 felines and the dog encounters a situation of abandonment.

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“The rescue of the animals was brought to the rescue when the police of the Animal Surveillance Brigade they were required to go to the Boulevard Ferrocarriles street, in the Vallejo Industrial colony, place of a report of animals mistreated in the public street.

“At this point, the worker of a public building located on that street, mentioned that when he arrived at the soldier he encountered three jaulas outside with various cats and a perished person landed on one of them”, he detailed the Secretaría de Seguridad Ciudadana in a press release.

The animals were discovered by an employee in the area. Photo: SSC-CDMX

In total, the agents were rescued 15 adult cats and a well-bred pitbull, which are met in good health conditions.

Trasladan a los animalitos a Xochimilco

Following a first veterinary evaluation, the animals were transferred to the facilities of the Animal Surveillance Brigade.

The perrita was attached to one of the jaulas. Photo: SSC-CDMX

“To achieve the containment of the animals transported to their installations, located in the colony Ciénega Grandeof the hot tub Xochimilcowhere they will be nourished, hydrated and clinically valued so that, in case necessary, they will be provided with appropriate treatments for their state of health and, subsequently, they will be put into adoption”, indicated the dependency.

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