The Ontario SPCA has come under fire by individuals protesting the deteriorating condition of three sick horses in Waterford.
Protesters have gathered for days outside of the property. They claim both the owners and the OSPCA are neglecting the animals.
People have been calling on the animal group and the OPP to remove the two remaining horses from the property.
The OSPCA responded to the situation on Monday.
Authorities at the OSCPA also suggested that protesters don’t know the whole story.
There’s no word on when the other two horses will be removed from the farm or if they will be removed at all.
The OPP have noted that there are no signs of animal cruelty in this case and no charges have been laid.
We reached out to the vet working on the case, but they wouldn’t release any details.
The OSPCA has come under criticism in recent weeks following a report that the agency plans to no longer investigate cruelty cases involving horses and livestock due to lack of funding.