The owner of a northern Minnesota breeding operation where more than 130 dogs were seized earlier this month is charged with misdemeanor animal neglect. The Cass County prosecutor’s office said Monday it filed a nine-count criminal complaint against 60-year-old Deborah Rowell. The complaint says when officers executed a search warrant at Rowell’s kennel in Pine River on July 16, they found improper enclosures, inadequate ventilation, improper dog houses and inadequate shade and water.
Adults convince a child to touch a bison at Yellowstone. Thankfully no one was hurt. But things did get dicey….Check out the story and video.
A Winona man accused of kicking and killing a cat has been cited for misdemeanor animal cruelty.
Minnesota officials estimate more than 105,000 turkeys and up to 1,500 cattle were lost due to the recent heat wave.
A sanctuary that saves more than 400 animals a year may soon find itself without a home.