Officials who removed the 51 animals said they were living in filthy crates in their own urine and feces and without food or water.
Most of the animals had microchips which verified they came from Hillsborough County Animal Services and that their care was “outsourced to the wildlife rescue.”
There are no special permits, or licenses or regulatory agency that oversees the rescues, Doug Brightwell, spokesperson for the county’s animal services told BayNews9. More More Strange News
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