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Angry PhOtOs-EVIL-Charity Kennels Set on Fire-Many Dogs Died

PURE EVIL -43 Dogs Burnt to Death...

-Incredible Generosity of Well-Wishers sees Animal Charity Hit by Arson Attack

-Kennels Overwhelmed with Food Donations as £1million is Pledged in Online Dogselfies Campaign

  • 14-year-old boy arrested on suspicion of arson and is being questioned
  • Distraught neighbours heard yelping from Manchester Dogs' Home kennels
  • 30 firefighters on scene as hundreds of locals offered homes and blankets
  • Dog-lovers risked lives to run into the building and save 20 animals
Neighbours Jason Dyer, 41, his son Daniel and nephew Dean Rostock, both 25, were hailed as heroes for rescuing between 30 and 40 dogs from kennels next to the burning building. Mr Dyer said: ‘We ran over instantly, jumped over the fences and starting kicking the cages open, pulling the dogs out two at a time.
  • 'It's part of our childhoods. Of course we are going to run in there', one said
  • Around 150 survived the fire and were transferred to centre in Cheshire
  • More than 90,000 raise more than £1million in less than 24 hours
  • DAILY Mail UK, 12 September 2014




Distraught neighbours heard yelping from the Manchester Dogs' Home last night as more than 30 firefighters battled the blaze, which broke out just after 7pm. Heroic animal-lovers ran into the burning building at the height of the fire to rescue at least 150 dogs and more than 200 gathered outside to comfort and rehome the pets. The tragedy has sparked an extraordinary outpouring of generosity, with pet-lovers donating more than £950,000 in the hours since the blaze to help care for survivors and repair the home. Grief-stricken dog owners have also posted #dogselfies with their own pets and made donations in remembrance of the dogs who died. Others have emptied shelves at nearby supermarkets as they deliver food and items like blankets for the rescued animals.


A 14-year-old schoolboy has been arrested on suspicion of deliberately starting a fire and is in custody.

Pet lovers from around the world have donated more than £1million to Manchester Dogs Home after a horrific blaze killed 53 animals on Thursday night.
It emerged yesterday that the dogs which died had been ready to be rehomed with families after being rehabilitated at the centre.
Police spent the day questioning a 15-year-old arrested on suspicion of arson.



Extraordinary: These piles and piles of donated food, beds and blankets have been handed in less than 24 hours after a home for abandoned dogs was destroyed by fire





Response: The empty dog food section at the Asda nearest the home today where animal lovers went in their droves to help those still living after the blaze




Shocking: New aerial pictures of the Manchester Dogs' Home today show how the fire ripped through the kennels and killed more than 40 animals
Drone footage shows full devastation of the fire at Dogs Home







One of the lucky ones: A dog rescued from the blaze is recovering from the fire at the home's sister base in Cheshire






Wellwishers took food, bedding and toys to the home’s sister branch in Warrington which was caring for 150 dogs saved from the blaze by staff, neighbours and firemen.

Money poured in to the home’s JustGiving page from as far afield as Australia, the US and Canada, as thousands of social media users posted ‘dog selfies’ to promote the cause.

Police confirmed that 53 dogs had died in the blaze, which home manager Lisa Graham said was concentrated in kennels dedicated to dogs which were ready for adoption. All but two of those dogs died. She said: ‘The dogs in there were dogs that were relying on us to find them homes.’
All the staff were upset, she added, particularly those who worked in the kennels.

















‘It has been hard for everyone but the kennel staff are suffering the most,’ she said. ‘They have been caring for them, and feeding them and rehabilitating them.’
It took 30 firemen just over an hour to bring the blaze under control.

Colin Ballance, who has worked at the centre for 25 years, risked his life to save a crossbreed dog and a Staffordshire cross from the burning adoption kennel.


He said: ‘I just ran straight towards where the fire was, pulled the doors open, and all the roof and timbers and everything else was burning away.
‘I couldn’t let them all out, that was a risk to them and a risk to everybody, so I grabbed the first two. By the time I got them out and took them to an outside pen further away, I turned back to go back and you couldn’t even see in front of you – the smoke was horrendous, it was just choking.
‘I didn’t sleep last night because I was just thinking about all the dogs. It was the fact that when we ran in they were all there but there was nothing we could do. There were bits falling from the ceiling. All you could hear was dogs barking. It was just a nightmare.’




Firefighters have described how they will never forget the sound of the distressed animals as they tried to get through the wall of smoke in the home



Distraught: A worker rescuing one of the dogs caught up in the fire at the Manchester Dogs' Home last night. A 14-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of arson. At least 40 animals were killed and 150 saved




Blaze: The fire could be seen by thousands of people living in the suburban area on the edge of the city



Outpouring: A couple arrives with a trolley of food for the surviving animals today as tens of thousands were left appalled by the deaths



















Saved: Dogs not hurt in the fire are recovering at the Cheshire Dogs' Home in Grappenhall, Warrington



This dog was one of those rehomed at Cheshire Dogs' Home in Grappenhall, Warrington, after the fire in Manchester








Neighbours Jason Dyer, 41, his son Daniel and nephew Dean Rostock, both 25, were hailed as heroes for rescuing between 30 and 40 dogs from kennels next to the burning building. Mr Dyer said: ‘We ran over instantly, jumped over the fences and starting kicking the cages open, pulling the dogs out two at a time.

‘My son ran to reception to grab all the leads so we could use them to tie the dogs up – we tied them to the fence in the car park. The ceiling was collapsing in and windows were popping left, right and centre.’

His son said: ‘The dogs were coughing and vomiting from the smoke. Nothing deserves to die like that, just at the flick of a finger.’








Sophie Davies and Shaunni Clutterbuck posted pictures of themselves with their pets on Facebook




Poignant: These flowers left at the scene had the note saying: 'All dogs go to heaven. God bless'




Special care: A survivor of the Manchester Dogs Home tragedy trots into a kennel at the sister home in Cheshire



Misty the Jack Russell is fussed over by local resident outside the home after a blaze killed more than 40 dogs



A woman is reunited with her cat from a house next to Manchester Dogs' Home, after the fire last night







A dog looks on at the cordon of the fire that gutted the Manchester Dogs Home last night






Support: More than £950,000 has been raised for the home - with more than £1,000 a minute being pledged at times



Harrowing: Empty kennels at the Manchester Dogs' Home today containing the soot left by the violent fire




Crime scene: Police and firefighters have sealed off the home as they try to piece together what happened







Heroes: Jason Dyer, 41 (left) and his nephew Dean Rostock, 25 (right) kicked apart dogs' cages to save 20 of the animals. A petition has begun online calling for the two men to receive an award for their bravery








Rescue: Extraordinary scenes unfolded as strangers volunteered to form human chains to pass blankets







A pet ambulance at Manchester Dogs Home but emergency vets could not save all the animals








People turned up in their hundreds to offer help and rushed to the scene of the fire armed with blankets for the animals













Dramatic: Eyewitnesses said the fire began with wisps of smoke and quickly spread, trapping the animals




Desperate to help: Hundreds of well-wishers defied firefighters' pleas to stay away from the scene



Rescue: Residents turned out with shopping trolleys to donate supplies and offer their help to the strays





Traffic: People descended on the area to help and offer blankets. Pictured, a fire engine near the scene



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DESTROYED VICTORIAN DOGS' HOME HAS RE-HOMED 1 MILLION PETS

The Manchester and District Home for Lost Dogs was founded in 1892 by businessmen concerned about stray dogs roaming the city, then the heart of the Industrial Revolution.
It has re-homed more than one million dogs in 120 years.
The city grew around the centre and it is now surrounded by homes, describing itself as an 'inner-city' centre, and has a sister re-homing site near Warrington, Cheshire.
The charity says it takes in more than 7,000 dogs every year, many of which are never reclaimed by their owners and require emotional and physical support after abuse or neglect.
Dogs are then usually made available for adoption, with more than 250 often awaiting a home at any one time.



Dramatic Video as Manchester Dogs Home Goes up in Smoke


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That is so Sad for those poor lost soles
It is good that the shelter got a lot of good help in the end :-)
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That is so Sad for those poor lost soles
It is good that the shelter got a lot of good help in the end :-)

Those neighbours that lived near the kennels reacted fast, but they and Im sure others, will never forget the whelping/screams of those doggies that were burning to death.

The neighbours and 1 staff member will also never forget, that they didnt have time to rescue more before being overcome with fumes and the roof falling in..

Im sure that evil little 14yr old brat that set the fire for fun, will get his just desserts when he does his time.... - even the most hardened criminals have pets...
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