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One of rescued cats is removed from the (Credit: Photo by James Carbone)

One of rescued cats is removed from the home in Shirley where SPCA officials rescued more than 100 animals. (Feb. 22, 2011)

SPCA: Shirley home site of illegal animal hoarding

Officials removed more than 100 animals from a house in Shirley. Brookhaven town officials described the home as "squalid."

A baby bull is rescued from a Shirley
(Credit: James Carbone)

A baby bull is rescued from a Shirley home where SPCA officials rescued about a 100 animals.

A baby bull is removed from the home
(Credit: James Carbone)

A baby bull is removed from the home in Shirley where SPCA officials say they found more than 100 animals after a nearby resident called authorities. (Feb. 22, 2011)

A cow is removed from inside of home
(Credit: Photo by James Carbone)

A cow is removed from inside of home the in Shirley that Brookhaven town officials described as "squalid" and the site of illegal animal hoarding. (Feb. 22, 2011)

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The Shirley home was condemned after investigators found
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The Shirley home was condemned after investigators found the baby bull, many dogs and cats, a chinchilla, rats and dozens of birds - including about 75 pigeons - living inside it, said officials from the town (Feb. 22, 2011)

One of rescued cats is removed from the
(Credit: Photo by James Carbone)

One of rescued cats is removed from the home in Shirley where SPCA officials rescued more than 100 animals. (Feb. 22, 2011)

A resident of the home where the SPCA
(Credit: James Carbone)

A resident of the home where the SPCA found more than 100 hoarded animals could face criminal animal cruelty charges, said town Councilman Daniel Panico. (Feb. 22, 2011)

A Shirley home was condemned after investigators found
(Credit: James Carbone)

A Shirley home was condemned after investigators found a baby bull, dogs, cats, a chinchilla, rats and dozens of birds - including about 75 pigeons - living inside it, officials said. (Feb. 22, 2011)

Officials began removing more than 100 animals for
(Credit: James Carbone)

Officials began removing more than 100 animals for a Shirley house that officials said is the site of illegal animal hoarding. There were also eight goats and a large pig living in the yard, officials said. (Feb. 22, 2011)

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Officials said the house was in squalid condition,
(Credit: Photo by James Carbone)

Officials said the house was in squalid condition, filled with garbage and animal feces. (Feb. 22, 2011)

One of rescued cats is removed from home
(Credit: Photo by James Carbone)

One of rescued cats is removed from home in Shirley after a resident called authorities. (Feb. 22, 2011)

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