UPDATE: The Humane Society of Sandusky County has found fosters to take in animals seized from a Fremont home on Friday.
A representative for HSSC said the property owner, Jenny Secrist, admitted to dragging a donkey behind a tractor down a dirt and gravel road. The donkey has been treated and is expected to be OK.
Officials seized nearly 20 animals from the property, including miniature donkeys, horses and goats. They have all been sent to foster homes and are recovering, according to the representative.
The humane society plans to file charges for animal cruelt next week. Anyone interested in donating to help care for the animals can do so at www.hs-sc.org.
ORIGINAL STORY: According to the Facebook page for the Humane Society of Sandusky County, the organization is in need of volunteers to care for 20 animals seized from a Fremont home on Friday.
An injured donkey was among the horses and goats taken from a farm on Napoleon Road.
Photographs on the Humane Society's Facebook page say that the injured donkey was dragged.
If you can take in one of the animals you are asked to call Kelly at 419 603 3313.
Donations can also be made on the Humane Society's website.