Distressed Animals Rescued from Severe Heat in Langley, British Columbia

Langley Animal Protection Society (LAPS) saved sixteen dogs and twelve cats from deplorable conditions in a shed and van located in Langley, British Columbia. Responding to a call from the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, LAPS officers found cats and dogs suffering in extreme heat, with cats panting and litter boxes overflowing. Some dogs were stacked in a van with temperatures reaching almost forty degrees Celsius. Animals displayed severe dental and parasite-related issues, and many were underweight. LAPS suspects a breeding operation.