SPCA Accused of Breaking Agreement with Dog Hoarer

Accused hoarder April Irving, 55 years old, voluntarily surrendered 60 of more than 200 dogs that she housed in her Milk River, Alberta residence to the SPCA on the 23rd of December, 2014, and assured the latter that she was going to find new homes for those that remained.

However, on the 13th of January, 2015, the said organization came back for the remaining 141 canines and took the canines into into custody. Irving accused SPCA of breaking their agreement, insisting that she was still trying to find shelter for the 141 dogs.

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