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NEAHS takes on animals after deputies find animals in poor conditions

(Source: NEA Humane Society via Facebook) (Source: NEA Humane Society via Facebook)
(Source: NEA Humane Society via Facebook) (Source: NEA Humane Society via Facebook)
(Source: NEA Humane Society via Facebook) (Source: NEA Humane Society via Facebook)
CRAIGHEAD COUNTY, AR (KAIT) -

The Craighead Co. Sheriff's Office is investigating an animal case after locating three dogs and two cats in an abandoned home.

According to a Facebook post from the NEA Humane Society, the deputies went to the home, located the animals and the owners who were reportedly hiding.

The Humane Society posted a picture of one of the dogs named "Bobby" and said "Bobby" was in the worst shape.

"Bobby" was taken to the Animal Medical Center.

NEA Humane Society said they're asking for donations now since they will have to pay for "Bobby's" care.

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