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Greenville Animal Care Adoption Event Set For Today

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Dale Ferguson pleaded guilty to animal cruelty charges. Dale Ferguson pleaded guilty to animal cruelty charges.
GREENVILLE COUNTY, S.C. -

July 28, 2013

Up until 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, Greenville Animal Care has dozens of residents in need of forever homes, including dogs and puppies seized by police in Fountain Inn and Travelers Rest.

All of the puppies, cats, dogs and kittens up for adoption can be visited at 328 Furman Hall Road in Greenville. Adoption prices vary, with most animals being available for an adoption fee less than $50.

If you need any additional information, give Greenville Animal Care a call at 864.467.3950.

July 25, 2013

Greenville Animal Care says an animal adoption event on Sunday that was scheduled for Haywood Mall has been moved to their shelter.

The adoption event will include some dogs and puppies seized by police in a puppy mill raid on a home in Fountain Inn on June 20th.

More than 150 animals were seized and treated at that home on Dunklin Road in Fountain Inn.

Animal control officers say the pets lived in horrible conditions there and were taken to the shelter.

The owner of the animals, Dale Ferguson, pleaded guilty Friday to five counts of animal cruelty, three counts of non-displaying rabies tags in a Greenville County Court.  Ferguson was ordered to pay a $6,200 fine, but was unable to do so, so he was sentenced to 90 days in jail.

The pet adoption will be held Sunday, July 28th at Greenville Animal Care on 328 Furman Hall Road from 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm.

If you pre-adopt one of the seized animals, you'll have to wait a week for it to be spayed and neutered.

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