Burlington County SPCA Seeks Help Caring for Rescued Animals

The non-profit group rescued 38 cats and dogs from a hoarder earlier this year, and now needs $2,400 for their care, according to the Courier Post.

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The Burlington County SPCA has been left with the bill to take care of 38 cats and dogs it rescued from a hoarder's home in Springfield Township earlier this year, the Courier Post reports.

The all-volunteer, non-profit organization must raise $2,400 to care for and shelter the animals, according to the report. The hoarder in the case has not appeared for two court hearings, and there is a $2,500 warrant out for her arrest.

Donations can be made at the Burlington County SPCA's website or by calling 609-914-4255.

For more, visit courierpostonline.com.

Frank S. July 12, 2014 at 01:11 PM
And what does SPCA do if/when it can't raise the funds? It does the humane thing and puts the animal down. They're animals, not people - just put them down and be done with it.
Brian N July 12, 2014 at 02:12 PM
No surprise from you Frank. Hopefully they will find loving homes and be cared for.
Barb Rivera July 13, 2014 at 12:21 AM
Wow Frank! That's horrible! I hope you do not own any pets. Most animals are more loyal than people.


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