19 Animals Rescued From Home

By Alison Burdo
|  Saturday, Jan 11, 2014  |  Updated 11:47 PM EDT
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Officers from the Pennsylvania SPCA rescued more than a dozen animals from a Southwest Philadelphia home.

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Officers from the Pennsylvania SPCA rescued more than a dozen animals from a Southwest Philadelphia home.

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Officers from the Pennsylvania Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals rescued more than a dozen animals from a Philadelphia home Saturday.

The PSPCA's humane law encorcement officers removed 18 cats and one dog in a house on the 7400 block of Elmwood Avenue in Southwest Philly, according to reports.

The animals and the house was "covered in feces," according to George Bengal, director of humane law enforcement.

Officials say they anticipate bringing animal cruelty charges against the owner.

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