DETROIT (WXYZ) - After original reports from authorities suggesting hat several animals were slaughtered at an urban farm in Detroit, the Michigan Humane Society now says it appears the animals were killed by dogs.
Chickens and goats were found dead at the farm near the Catherine Ferguson Academy on Friday, May 31.
After an investigation by the Michigan Humane Society and forensic analysis, it was determined that the wounds on the animals were consistent with dog bites.
Eight chickens and five goats were killed.
It has not been determined if the attack was made by one or multiple dogs.
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