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A Missouri couple operating an animal rescue and are facing animal cruelty charges after authorities found nearly 150 dead dogs and rescued several hundred more living in “unimaginable conditions” in the properties in Missouri and Texas.

Tiffany and Steven Woodington management, which is bringing the animals from Texas to Missouri, Benton County, Mo., The Sheriff’s Office said in a Facebook post on Monday.

Tiffany Woodington was charged Friday, Sept. 20, 2019 at the latest, at the Church, with 10 counts of felony animal abuse and two misdemeanor counts of animal cruelty.
(Benton County Sheriff’s Office via AP)

The authorities said they found nearly 300 animals in its operations in Texas, Missouri, arkansas, and many of the animals had to be euthanized due to poor health.

Tiffany Woodington, 49, is charged in Missouri with 10 counts of felony animal abuse and two misdemeanor counts of animal cruelty. Her husband, Steven Woodington, 55, has been charged in Texas with 19 counts of animal cruelty. A second man, described as a caretaker, was also charged in Texas with cruelty to animals. All three are free on bond.

Cameron County, Texas Sheriff Omar Lucio said Tuesday that authorities have uncovered, over 270 species of animals, about two dozen of them to death at a house in the small community of Los Fresnos, which is in the extreme southern part of the state. Many of them were reportedly covered with feces and urine, and were crowded together in cages.

America, in the enforcement of the law for more than 50 years, called the finding “is the worst case of animal abuse he has ever seen.

Authorities have charged a couple after finding nearly 150 dead dogs, and hundreds of other animals that are in various stages of decay,” on the properties in Missouri and Texas.
(Benton County Sheriff’s Office)

The Benton County Sheriff’s Office said Steven Woodington, was the transportation of the animals to the Cole Camp, Mo., which is about 90 km to the south-east of the City of Kansas city. In a building, the sheriff’s office said that it was about 120 dead dogs and a dead cat are in various stages of decay, some of them were just bones.”

Authorities found 38 dogs, and a cat “in his life, but in unimaginable circumstances.” Tiffany Woodington, had a bunch of them to a different location in the area, a sheriff’s sergeant who wrote in a report.

Benton County of Sheriff, Eric Knox, said that he had heard “not a word” about the problems of the dead animals were found, although the nearest neighbor lived about 500 yards away.

A BABY SQUIRREL FOUND ON A CONNECTICUT TRAIN TRACKS, WITH TAILS BRAIDED TOGETHER, IN THE CASE OF SUSPICION OF ANIMAL CRUELTY

“It’s really surprising to me that no one in the community said:” it’s better to check this lady out.’ And the smell, and as soon as I drove away, I could smell it,” he said. “I’m a dog lover, and I have a problem with it.”

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There is no lawyer for Tiffany Woodington in the online court records and she did not mention the number. Paul Fourt, Jr., the attorney for her husband, said on Tuesday that he needed to speak with his client before commenting on the accusations against him.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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