Animal hoarding cases leave 40 cats, dogs for adoption
Two hoarding cases in Northern Minnesota have resulted in about 40 cats and dogs available for adoption from Animal Allies Humane Society.
In both situations, the pets were voluntarily given up to humane societies in Duluth and in the Twin Cities.
A Duluth man who is losing his house gave up 30 cats that Animal Allies described as overall in good health. He also had been feeding some outdoor cats that were feral, said Carrie Lane, head of the city's Animal Control unit.
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