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Animal rescue group directors accused of ill-treating dogs, possums and horses

Two directors of a South Australian animal rescue organisation have been charged with multiple animal cruelty offences, including depriving dogs of food and vet care.

Carole Louise Morris and Shane Anthony Jones, along with their organisation the South Australian Humane Animal Rescue Association, have been charged with more than 30 counts of ill-treating an animal.

The registered not-for-profit organisation – which has a no-kill approach to rescuing animals – rebranded itself from SA Dog Rescue in 2019.

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Article written by: Claire Campbell

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