Dozens of Cats Among Animals Seized from Indiana Shelter, Leading to Closure


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Warsaw, IN – A significant animal welfare operation has led to the closure of the Isaiah 11 Ministry in Warsaw, following the seizure of a wide range of animals due to non-compliance with state health standards. 

The Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office, in coordination with Indiana’s Board of Animal Health, conducted an inspection that resulted in the confiscation of numerous animals, including dozens of cats, highlighting the shelter’s failure to meet required improvements.

The animal rescue mission, carried out on Monday, involved the removal of two dogs, around 24 cats, a donkey, a goat, poultry, and four pigs. These steps were taken after the shelter failed to implement 23 recommended improvements by the March 28 deadline, setting the stage for its closure.

This action underscores the commitment of local and state authorities to uphold animal welfare standards. 


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