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ARL Tops 400 for Overcrowding Animal Intake in 2023
October 4, 2023
Overcrowding animals include cats, guinea pigs, rabbits Overcrowding continues to be an area of emphasis for the Animal Rescue League of Boston (ARL) in 2023, and this past week the organization took in more than two dozen cats, and nearly two dozen guinea pigs from three separate situations. ARL has now taken in more than 400 animals from overcrowding situations in 2023, more than double the overcrowding intake from 2022. Traditionally overcrowding typically involved cats or dogs, however in 2023, ARL has also tackled situations involving guinea pigs and rabbits. While some may associate overcrowding with neglect, these animals were
Severely Emaciated Dog in Care of ARL
September 20, 2023
Emaciated dog making progress, ARL Law Enforcement investigating case of animal cruelty While a severely emaciated dog currently in the care of the Animal Rescue League of Boston (ARL) is making progress, ARL’s Law Enforcement Department is investigating this case of starvation and gross neglect and is asking the public for any information which could lead to charges and subsequent prosecution for animal cruelty. The approximately one-year-old dog, now named Dobby, was reportedly found as a stray in the area of Franklin Park in Dorchester in mid-August, and was transported to ARL’s Dedham Animal Care and Adoption Center for care. Upon
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