Hoarder Surrenders About 140 Animals

A hoarder voluntarily surrendered about 140 animals that he had kept in his home in Loxahatchee. Majority of the animals were birds while there were also some dogs.

Many of the said animals were locked in cages, and while they were provided with food, they did not have clean water to drink and were not given proper medical treatment for their injuries and diseases.
Dianne Sauve, director of Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control, advises pet owners to observe proper measures when taking care of pets.
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