How you can help the dogs seized at a feces-strewn Corona home
Corona animal control officers on Wednesday found 35 dogs that they say were living amid feces-covered floors and furniture destroyed down to the frames.
One of the dogs had to be euthanized, Corona police said in a news release.
The discovery was prompted by a police investigation into a Corona bank robbery.
Corona bank robbery probe leads to 35 dogs living amid feces-covered floors, police say
The dogs are currently quarantined as animal control officials feed them, groom them and get them medically treated.
They will be available for adoption starting Aug. 12.
The dogs seized from the home will be available for a discounted $20 adoption fee which includes spaying and neutering.
Normal licensing fees ($15 annually) and micro-chipping ($5) still apply.
To make a monetary donation toward their care, make checks payable to Corona Police Community Partnership and either drop it off at Corona Police Department or the Animal Shelter or mail it in to the Corona PD at 730 Public Safety Way, Corona, CA 92880. All donations will be tax-deductible.