Authorities: Over 180 animals seized in Pittsburgh eviction

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PITTSBURGH (AP) — Authorities say more than 180 animals were removed from a Pittsburgh home when sheriff’s deputies showed up to serve an eviction notice. The Animal Rescue League says it received the animals, including about 150 birds, on Tuesday. Other animals include ferrets, cats, dogs and a bearded dragon, as well as geckos and […]
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