Several creatures kept in “nerve racking conditions” have been saved from land in Gwynedd.
In excess of 91 ponies, 122 geese, ducks and chickens and three bunnies were taken out from land in the Pwllheli region on Tuesday, North Wales Police said.
Two ponies must be put down, and a lady was captured on doubt of ambushing an official.
Ransack Taylor, from North Wales Rural Crime Team, portrayed it as a “horrifying day”.
One of the ponies devastated had endured a messed up leg when it was a foal, which had not been appropriately treated, leaving it weak for the entire of its grown-up life, police said. Another was visually impaired.
The “huge scope cold-bloodedness case” was a joint activity between the RSPCA and North Wales Police.
Mr Taylor said all the creatures saved were in a “horrendous condition” however were presently being thought about somewhere else.
“A genuinely nerve racking day for the entirety of the group and an argument will be taken against the individual capable,” he said.
“All savagery is loathsome, however this rates on a high scale due to the quantities of creatures included.”
The lady captured has been delivered on police bail awaiting additional examination.