TERREBONNE, OR -- Dozens of animals were rescued Friday from a Terrebonne ranch, following an investigation into neglect. Sheriff’s deputies say livestock living at the 17-acre ranch on 10th Street were in dire need of medical care and proper feed.
The Sheriff's Office received a tip about possible animal neglect involving Kune Kune pigs, Guinea hogs and dairy and meat goats. After visiting the property, deputies relocated 71 pigs and 16 goats to the Sheriff’s Office Rescue Ranch.
The property’s owner, 73-year-old Linda Sue Evans, was issued a citation for Second Degree Animal Neglect and the case is now with the District Attorney's Office.