Animals Rescued From Sunrise Farm After Abuse Claims

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  • Police arrived at the property off Northwest 50th Street and 109th Avenue, where the animals were rescued by members of ARM.

  • Several animals, include goats and horses, were removed and taken care of by veterinarian staff after owners voluntarily surrendered them.

Several animals were taken from a farm in Sunrise after claims of a potential slaughterhouse being on the property by one prominent animal rights group.

Police arrived at the property off Northwest 50th Street and 109th Avenue, just east of the Sawgrass Expressway, where the animals were rescued by the Animal Recovery Mission.

Several animals, include goats and horses, were removed and taken care of by veterinarian staff after the owners voluntarily surrendered them.

Officials from the Sunrise Police Department say they found no signs of a slaughterhouse on the property, which ARM claimed in a video released showing the animals being rescued.

No arrests were made and officials from ARM were scheduled to return to the property Friday to rescue several more animals.


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