STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) - When 80 dogs and cats were seized by authorities in Payne County, the veterinary school at Oklahoma State University took in the animals and treated and vaccinated them.
The Sept. 17 raid on a rural home revealed animals with mange and a variety of illnesses. Since then, the animals have been returned to health and they have been placed in foster homes. The animals are evidence in a legal action, so they can't be adopted yet.
Many of the animals had mange and internal and external parasites.
Information from: Stillwater News Press,
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