Rescued Ludlow animals now up for adoption

LUDLOW, Mass. (WWLP) – 22News has an update on an animal cruelty case out of the Ludlow. Several of the animals rescued from an illegal traveling petting zoo are now healthy and up for adoption.

12 of the animals were brought to the Animal Rescue League of Boston’s shelter in Dedham where they received extensive veterinarian treatment.  Some of the animals suffered from overgrown hooves and are learning how to walk properly again.

A total of 35 farm animals were rescued from Dean Manual’s Sroka’s street property on February 7th.  Those animals include sheep, goats, alpacas, ducks and geese, pot belly pigs, donkeys, ponies and an emu.   He faces 36 counts of animals cruelty with additional charges pending for assaulting a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest.

For information on how you can make a donation to the Animal Rescue League of Boston, click here.

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