KINGSTON, N.H.—The attorney general's office is warning residents about a dog rescue league accused of failing to register with the state, but the league's president says it is no longer based in New Hampshire.
The attorney general's office says Cairn Rescue League of Kingston hasn't filed the required documents with the state's Charitable Trusts unit despite being asked to several times in recent years. Authorities say the rescue league's leader called the state a year ago to discuss the requirements but never responded to follow-up letters.
Earlier this year, the state dissolved the organization's corporate charter.
In an e-mail to The Associated Press, Cairn Rescue League president Katie McDonough said Friday that the organization has not been based in New Hampshire since February.