'Animals are our top priority' local shelter reflects on humane agent case from 2023

Jefferson County, Ohio (WTRF)

April is Animal Cruelty Prevention Awareness Month, and Jefferson County is during this time.

The Humane Society is looking back at all the incidents we've seen throughout the year.
In 2023, JCHS humanitarian agents investigated more than 500 reports from the community.

Of the 500 animals, 322 were rescued.

We would like to warn you that some of these images may be disturbing.

These are before and after photos of the animals being rescued, showing how far they have come.

Chief Humane Agent Nick Thayer said the safety and well-being of the animals is and will continue to be their top priority.

“He and many other dogs were rescued from extremely deplorable situations, and one phone call changed the course of all these animals' lives. So after letting the animal die, It's always fun to bring them back.'' They're settling into their new home and knowing everything they've gone through in the past to get to where they are today, we're excited to bring them back.'' They are doing activities. ”

Brandi DeNoon-Damewood – JCHS Development Manager

“The biggest thing is the very little things. If you see something, say something. We investigate every incident. That one phone call can change a life. Death.”

Chief Nick Thayer – JCHS Humanitarian Agent

If you would like to learn more about the humane society and all the efforts they do to protect the animals of the valley, click to visit their website. here.

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