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Starved dogs with ears filled with ticks rescued after they were found abandoned in the cave of Tenerife

Starving dogs with ears filled with ticks are saved after being left in a cave on Tenerife

  • Dogs were rescued after being found in a canyon cave near the city of Tabaida
  • They were taken to the animal shelter Albergue Comarcal Valle Colino
  • Three out of five had microchips and were found in hot sun without food or water
  • Local media said the dogs were owned by a hunter

Starving dogs with their ears filled with ticks were rescued after being left in a cave on the tourist island of Tenerife.

The police and civilian guard officers in the San Cristobel de La Laguna area of ​​Tenerife, the largest of the Spanish Canary Islands, found the dogs in a gorge near the town of Tabaida.

Their rescuers took them to the animal shelter Albergue Comarcal Valle Colino, with a spokesperson who said the dogs were living in ‘hell’.

Starving dogs with their ears filled with ticks were rescued after being left in a cave on the tourist island of Tenerife

Starving dogs with their ears filled with ticks were rescued after being left in a cave on the tourist island of Tenerife

Police and civilian guard officers in the San Cristobel de La Laguna area of ​​Tenerife, the largest of the Spanish Canary Islands, found the dogs in a gorge near the town of Tabaida

Police and civilian guard officers in the San Cristobel de La Laguna area of ​​Tenerife, the largest of the Spanish Canary Islands, found the dogs in a gorge near the town of Tabaida

Police and civilian guard officers in the San Cristobel de La Laguna area of ​​Tenerife, the largest of the Spanish Canary Islands, found the dogs in a gorge near the town of Tabaida

Three of the five dogs had microchips and were in the hot sun without food or water.

Local media said the dogs were owned by a hunter and a spokesperson for the shelter added that a complaint was made to the local authorities.

Horrible pictures show one of the dogs staring through a metal fence at his rescuers, his ears weighted by ticks.

Another image shows the inside of another dog’s ear filled with blood-sucking creatures.

All images showed the dogs with their ribs and bones clearly visible.

The dogs are still being treated at the shelter and veterinarians expect that they will be healthy again within about three months before they are adopted.

Their rescuers took them to the animal shelter Albergue Comarcal Valle Colino, with a spokesperson who said the dogs were living in 'hell'

Their rescuers took them to the animal shelter Albergue Comarcal Valle Colino, with a spokesperson who said the dogs lived in 'hell'

One of the dogs had his ears filled with ticks

One of the dogs had his ears filled with ticks

Their rescuers took them to the animal shelter Albergue Comarcal Valle Colino, with a spokesperson who said the dogs were living in ‘hell’

Three of the five dogs had microchips and were in the hot sun without food or water

Three of the five dogs had microchips and were in the hot sun without food or water

Three of the five dogs had microchips and were in the hot sun without food or water

Local media said the dogs were owned by a hunter and a spokesperson for the shelter added that a complaint was made to the local authorities

Local media said the dogs were owned by a hunter and a spokesperson for the shelter added that a complaint was made to the local authorities

Local media said the dogs were owned by a hunter and a spokesperson for the shelter added that a complaint was made to the local authorities

It is unclear whether the hunter has been arrested for animal abuse.

People on social media were shocked by the images.

One said: “Oh my god. At least there was a happy ending. I don’t know how people can sleep if they keep animals in such circumstances. He deserves to go to jail. “

Another added: “Thanks to the kind and compassionate people who helped save these five innocent animals from their living hell.”

A spokesperson for the reception center added that a complaint was made to the local authorities. Pictured: the dogs in their stay

A spokesperson for the reception center added that a complaint was made to the local authorities. Pictured: the dogs in their stay

A spokesperson for the reception center added that a complaint was made to the local authorities. Pictured: the dogs in their stay

The dogs are still being treated at the shelter and veterinarians expect that they will be healthy again within about three months before they are adopted

The dogs are still being treated at the shelter and veterinarians expect that they will be healthy again within about three months before being adopted

The dogs are still being treated at the shelter and veterinarians expect that they will be healthy again within about three months before they are adopted

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