Rescued animals go up for adoption in Henderson Co.

Henderson Co. Animal Cruelty

Some animals from a major animal cruelty case in Henderson County went up for adoption on Thursday. 

The Humane Society of Henderson County says pigs, goats, and a miniature horse are now looking for new homes. Humane Society officials say about three dozen rabbits will also be up for adoption in about two weeks. 

More than 400 animals were rescued from a property in Reed back in October. All of the chickens were euthanized after the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office say they tested positive for two forms of mycroplasma disease.

73-year-old Doil Stogner faces 544 counts of animal cruelty.

Anyone interested in adopting these animals should contact the Humane Society of Henderson County at (270) 826-8966.

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(This story was originally published on Nov. 30, 2017)

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