Two dogs who appeared to be stuck on the roof of an abandoned home located on Somerset and Yorkshire in Detroit and scheduled to be rescued by the Michigan Humane Society Saturday morning have disappeared reports clickondetroit.com.
On Friday, numerous reports of emaciated dogs using a hole in the roof to get in and out were reported to authorities. Reports also included seeing another puppy.
Even though the home was deserted, the Michigan Humane Society was still required to post a notice asking the owners of the dogs to contact the organization. The dogs, although looking thin, did not seem to be in immediate danger. Humane officers stated the dogs looked alert and seemed friendly. Neighbors stated squatters had been living at the home, but had recently left and possibly abandoned the animals.
According to wxyz-tv, the dog owners returned and
"About an hour before Action News reporter Kimberly Craig and her photographer, Chris Jones, were about to go live, the people, identified as the squatters who left the dogs, returned to the house, ripped the MHS notice off of the door and hurled expletives as they sped off in a light green colored van."
Let's hope the owners take care of the dogs.
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