14 pit bulls rescued from the flames in the Bronx - News

August 27, 2013 – 14:25

Pitbull portati in salvo Firefighters battled the flames in an apartment on the sixth floor of Fordham Heights, Bronx, to save the lives of 14 pit bulls that apparently lived in that building.
According to the authority, the fire would burst upstairs, compared to what they were in dogs, in the building that is located along the Grand Concourse, at around 3 in the afternoon of Monday, March 7.

The organization Animal Care and Control of New York, announced that thanks to the intervention of firefighters have been rescued 14 dogs of which 9 adults and four puppies pit-bull.

According to an alert, then, it seems that only a dog was injured during the fire, a small scratch on the nose, while being transported out of the building on fire.

Brian Rivic, a neighbor said that the owner of the dogs was at work when the fire broke out. Speaking of the owner, not yet identified, Rivic said that his neighbor unknown has many dogs and that has a lot of care, since it takes them around in pairs during the day to avoid confusion.

According to the descriptions of the neighbors the owner of the dogs could have about 30 years but it is still a mystery to figure out what to do with 14 dogs in the house , some argue that they are for sale while others believe that dogs are domesticated for fighting illegal.

According to a reliable source, the dogs will be taken, by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), to undergo medical tests to see if the dogs have suffered ill-treatment or not. The FDNY, which is the administration department of New York responsible for the protection of citizens by fires and hazards involved, has already initiated an investigation to understand the cause that would have caused the fire.

Source: attualita.tuttogratis.it

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