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17 at the now-shuttered animal shelter, on the 20000 block of North Rand Road, after 20 dogs, three birds and an opossum were found dead inside the property. I started addressing the problems, but you can't burst people's bubbles and tell them what to do," he said.
Eldrup said he had been trying to sell their home for the past 10 years, but multiple commercial deals fell through. I sold all my cars trying to keep this thing afloat, and the property foreclosed on (Dec. "She started this rescue, and things got over her head." The separated couple's 8-year-old son is now in the custody of his father, but he had been living at the residency attached to the kennel, where trash and feces littered the living area.The downward spiral at Muddy Paws Dog Rescue started in late 2009 when Diane Eldrup took in two stray dogs, each with a litter ready to be born, according to her estranged husband. This was the breaking day of me -- when they started getting sick," Kurt Eldrup said Sunday."My son said only one lived out of the 20." Until he obtained a court order allowing him to pick up his things on Dec.'" Eldrup said he called authorities about the kennel situation then."The day I got my order of protections, I called DCFS, Illinois animal control, the state. "No one did anything." Diane Eldrup has been released from jail after Algonquin resident John Breseman posted 10 percent of the 0,000 bond, according to records.Not only do they rescue from the local kill shelters, they are also part of an active TNR (trap, neuter, return) program that plays a huge role in managing the population of stray cats both effectively and humanely, thereby reducing the number that will end up in unfortunate situations at high-kill shelters.