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SPCA: Shirley home site of illegal animal hoarding

One of rescued cats is removed from the

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

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
Photo 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
Photo 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
Photo 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)

The Shirley home was condemned after investigators found
Photo Credit: James Carbone

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
Photo 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
Photo 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
Photo 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
Photo 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)

Officials said the house was in squalid condition,
Photo 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
Photo 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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