Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Seventy Cats, Dogs Seized from Surrey, B.C., Breeding and Boarding Facility

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Seventy Cats, Dogs Seized from Surrey, B.C., Breeding and Boarding Facility

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B.C. SPCA seizes 70 cats, dogs from breeder

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VANCOUVER - Another 70 animals have been seized by the B.C. SPCA, less than a month after the animal welfare agency rescued more than six dozen dogs from a puppy mill.

Officials took 56 cats, 12 dogs and two puppies from a breeding and boarding facility in Surrey, B.C., Tuesday after a vet deemed they were all in distress, said spokeswoman Lorie Chortyk.

The cats are Persians and short-haired exotics, while the dogs include four French bulldogs, a poodle, a Boston terrier, a Chihuahua, a Rottweiler, a Doberman, a Jack Russell terrier, a Shiba Inu, a Pomeranian and the Pomeranian's two puppies.

The animals will be examined by SPCA staff to determine the extent of their injuries or illnesses and begin treatment. …

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