Riley County officials find 30 dogs in man’s home

Man provided food and water and cared for animals, but became overwhelmed. He's cooperating with officials.

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May 21, 2020 - 8:43 AM

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Riley County authorities are working to determine how to care for about 30 dogs who were found living in a man’s home.

The terrier-mix dogs were discovered Monday at a home in Randolph after animal control officers responded to a report about the dogs.

Although the home was unsanitary, the owner was doing his best to care for the animals, said Deborah Watkins, director of the T. Russell Reitz Regional Animal Shelter.

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