When cops returned on Sunday to check on the dogs, they were already back outside in the frigid temperatures. Wiggins was issued a C summons, which could lead to a few days in jail if she's cited again.
While the ASPCA has gotten involved, the organization told the New York Daily News that the living conditions still "do not meet the definition of animal cruelty as defined by the law, making seizure by the police impossible."
An organization called Guardians of Rescue came to the aid of the dogs to help improve their situations. "Working through the night to make sure these dogs are warm and dry," the organization posted on Facebook on Monday. "The owner will not at this time surrender the dogs, and we legally cannot remove them."
So, Guardians of Rescue worked to improve the shack where the dogs live, installing extra insulation to keep them warm.