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At least 240 animals rescued from 'deplorable' home

1 year 11 months 1 week ago Thursday, October 18 2018 Oct 18, 2018 October 18, 2018 5:27 PM October 18, 2018 in News
Source: Associated Press
Photo: Allentown Morning Call
PENNSBURG, Pa. (AP) - At least 240 animals, including more than 100 snakes, several alligators, five tortoises, two skunks, at least a dozen ferrets and some guinea pigs, have been rescued from a Pennsylvania home.
  
Robin Royer, a code enforcement officer for Upper Hanover Township, tells the Allentown Morning Call the home's condition was "deplorable."
  
Tracie Graham, an officer with the Montgomery County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, tells the Reading Eagle the residents of the home also own a home in Macungie Township that was raided earlier this week.
  
In that case, the Lehigh County Humane Society removed about 100 animals ranging from pigs to bearded dragons.
  
The couple has not been named.
  
Barbara Morgan, the Humane Society's police officer, tells the Morning Call the smell inside was so sickening that authorities used fire department oxygen tanks to enter the home.
PENNSBURG, Pa. (AP) - At least 240 animals, including more than 100 snakes, several alligators, five tortoises, two skunks, at least a dozen ferrets and some guinea pigs, have been rescued from a Pennsylvania home.
  
Robin Royer, a code enforcement officer for Upper Hanover Township, tells the Allentown Morning Call the home's condition was "deplorable."
  
Tracie Graham, an officer with the Montgomery County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, tells the Reading Eagle the residents of the home also own a home in Macungie Township that was raided earlier this week.
  
In that case, the Lehigh County Humane Society removed about 100 animals ranging from pigs to bearded dragons.
  
The couple has not been named.
  
Barbara Morgan, the Humane Society's police officer, tells the Morning Call the smell inside was so sickening that authorities used fire department oxygen tanks to enter the home.

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