Hundreds of animals found in Medford home

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The home's owner has signed the animals over to the Suffolk County SPCA, which is removing them for triage and treatment. Full Story
annie

Newark, NJ

#1 Apr 2, 2013
This person was a Vice President of the alex lewyt medical center at nortshore animal leage She adopted many of these cats from Nortshore animal league She has been hoarding for years She kept 2 dogs in cages in that house when she first bought it because the neighbors in her building complained if the noise and smells she left them in a house with no electrucity for weeks She would bring her sick dmaciated cats to nsal and eughanize them

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