David HoweryHundreds of dogs living in filth, inches of feces, neglected, in an old school house in Kentucky. The owner, David Howery called it an animal shelter, police and rescue workers highly disagreed. They call Howery a hoarder and charged him with 295 counts of animal cruelty.

“These animals were living in several inches of their own feces in overcrowded rooms with untreated medical conditions,” said Scotlund Haisley with the Humane Society of the United States.

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The dogs are being treated and cared for and eventually will be able to be adopted. Several dozen of them will be available at the Bowling Green Humane Society this week. Most of the other dogs will be sent to rescue shelters across the country where they will be given a new chance on life.

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