Police find 54 dogs locked in cages at Morecambe home

Fifty-four dogs have been rescued after being found stacked in cages in a house during a raid by police and RSPCA inspectors.

The home in Morecambe, Lancashire, was searched on Tuesday after the RSPCA received tip-offs from local people.

The dogs – mostly either cockerpoos or cocker spaniels – which had been badly neglected are now being cared for by the charity.

The RSPCA is continuing to investigate why they were being kept at the house.

A Lancashire Police spokesman said: “This was truly a team effort from many different agencies and organisations and has no doubt made a massive difference to the lives of the dogs found.”


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    Lynda Hill 2 years ago

    are you able to comment whether these dogs are stolen pets or puppy farm dogs please

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