PSPCA officers rescue numerous dogs, cats, horses from Pa. home

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Pennsylvania SPCA officers rescued seven dogs, 35 cats, and five horses Friday afternoon from an allegedly unsanitary house in Lehigh County, officials said.


Acting on a tip, PSPCA humane law enforcement officers executed a search warrant at a residence in New Tripoli. Base on the conditions of the animals, seven dogs and puppies, 35 cats and kittens, and five horse were removed.

Most of the animals were taken to PSPCA’s headquarters in Philadelphia for medical evaluations and to be held pending a court adjudication in the case or if the owner agrees to surrender them.





“Our team of humane law enforcement officers is familiar with this location,” said Nicole Wilson, director of humane law enforcement for the PSPCA. “It is our hope that we can make a difference in the lives of the animals we rescued.”

The investigation is ongoing and charged are pending.

Anyone with information about this case or other animal cruelty case can call the PSPCA’s cruelty hotline at 866-601-SPCA.






















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