Two Abandoned Dogs Found In Filthy Crates In Framingham


Two dogs were discovered abandoned at an elementary school in Framingham on Tuesday. Photo: Framingham Police Department

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — Framingham Police said two abandoned dogs were discovered at an elementary school in the city on Tuesday morning.

Police said they were tipped off by Good Samaritans, who alerted them to the dogs at Brophy Elementary School. When they arrived at around 10:00 AM, officers found the dogs left on their own in crates they described as "filthy."

One of the dogs appeared to be a Shiba Inu mix and the other was a Pomeranian-type mix. Framingham Police had harsh words for whoever abandoned the dogs, calling the treatment "cruel" and reminding the public that abandoning an animal in Massachusetts is illegal.

"Abandoning an animal is NEVER an option," they said.

The dogs were transferred to the care of Animal Control.

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Written by Chaiel Schaffel


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