Rui Oliveira

As long as the animal has access to water and food and medical treatment, has a shelter that protects it from the elements and enough space to exercise, it is considered to have enough. Unfortunately many do not even have that much. The assessment of situations depends to a great extent on the authority to be investigated.
I think it is best to try to talk to the owners of the animal or get in touch with a zoophilic union in the area.