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Puppy farmer who kept 65 animals in 'inhumane' conditions with no food or water gets 90 hours community service

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A man from Manchester who kept up to 65 animals in 'inhumane' conditions with no food or water, and living in their own waste has been handed just 90 hours of community service.

Daanyall Chowdhury kept the 32 dogs, 17 kittens, and 16 cats in a cottage in Perth, Scotland, in 'hazardous' conditions. The 30-year-old, who acted as a director of a firm which supplied working dogs for security purposes, sent a diseased German Shepherd puppy to the vets.

Animal welfare officers then obtained a warrant to search his cottage on October 28, 2020. The Scottish SPCA found the cottage, in South Cairnies Farm Cottage, Glenalmond, Perth, in a 'chaotic and hazardous' state with homemade kennels and broken items around the property.

Three of the rooms were taken over by puppies who had no access to food and water. One kitten had to be put down in the aftermath. READ MORE: "They were like animals": Dad's horror after non-binary child is filmed being viciously attacked by 'mob' in park after school Mould was found throughout and the dogs were crammed into kennels with the cats kept in another building in a similar conditions, Perth Sheriff Court heard.

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