Last week, the Federation and our Division of Animal Cruelty Law Enforcement received a request from the Humane Society of the United States who was working with a well-established downstate law enforcement agency to help coordinate the emergency placement of five dogs seized through an ongoing animal fighting investigation. Three of our members got involved to create a pathway to safety for these dogs. The dogs can’t remain in the county they came from because of the criminal nature of the case they were involved in. This is the first time the Fed has partnered in a project like this. Our goal is to continue to build effective partnerships with law enforcement agencies across the state.