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Of the 52 dogs rescued from a suspected hoarder in New Jersey, officials say

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The authorities in New Jersey has reinstated dozens of dogs from a Trenton home, many malnourished, and at least one is in critical condition and said that one suspect has been arrested for cruelty to animals.

Trenton Police responded at the Trenton Animal Control at the scene and said that they have arrested a 57-year-old James Marshall. Police have been working on a follow-up investigation, at about 9:30 pm, after earlier reports of cruelty and hoarding.

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A photo of some of the rescued dogs in New Jersey, an alleged member of the situation
(Princeton, Animals, Rock/ Danielle Gletow)

Danielle Gletow, the founder of the Order of Animals in Rock, the animal rescue, taking care of the dogs, told Fox News that, of the 52 dogs that were rescued.

“I had to get the dogs when they were brought in to the shelter of the house, and as you can imagine, it was shocking and distressing to see that so many of the dogs in the shelter are in such a bad state,” Gletow said.

A photo of some of the rescued dogs in New Jersey, an alleged member of the situation
(Princeton, Animals, Rock/ Danielle Gletow)

She said that every dog was in bad shape, some worse than others.

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“It’s out of genuine surprise, and the dogs. They have no concept of the outside,” Gletow said.

A photo of some of the rescued dogs in New Jersey, an alleged member of the situation
(Princeton, Animals, Rock/ Danielle Gletow)

She said that four of the dogs are in an animal hospital. It is in a critical condition, the other is the surgery, and the other two are expected to be released in the asylum a few days, Gletow said. She also added that 16 of the dogs in The Trenton animal shelter, and the rest were taken to the local rescue where they will be encouraged.

“I hope that each and every one of them will find a loving, happy home,” Gletow said. She told me that the dogs are not currently available for adoption.

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The police have told Fox News that Marshall “was placed on a summons complaint and released pending a court hearing.”

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