Sick animal abusers who left dogs and five puppies to starve to death in faeces-riddled house escape with just a fine

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TWO sick animal abusers who left a pair of dogs and five puppies to starve to death in a faeces-riddled yard have escaped with just a fine. One of the dogs was described as “like a skeleton” when they were rescued by the RSPCA, but both owners escaped jail time, being slapped instead with a […]
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