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The RSPCA has propelled an crisis claim to find homes for 269 creatures the philanthropy found packed into a three-bedroom home

The RSPCA has propelled an crisis claim to find homes for 269 creatures the philanthropy found packed into a three-bedroom home
Following a tip-off about a middle-aged couple living in Carnforth, Lancashire, authorities attacked the home last month
They protected 244 dogs, 16 parrots, seven cats, a rabbit what’s more, a chinchilla in the RSPCA’s largest-ever haul
The creatures were taken to boarding foundations over the country, where they have been wellbeing checked, microchipped what’s more, made prepared for new homes
The philanthropy has set up a unique hotline – 08705 900950 – for individuals intrigued in receiving one of the animals
Lines will be open 24 hours what’s more, will remain open until homes have been found for all the creatures protected in the raid
RSPCA executive of creature welfare services, Dominic Rudd, said: “These creatures have come into our mind through no blame of their claim what’s more, we will do all we can to coordinate them with appropriate proprietors so they can go on to appreciate cheerful lives ”
Among the puppies protected were shih-tzus, dachshunds, lhasa apsos, whiskery collies, corgis what’s more, Yorkshire terriers The flying creatures included a macaw, Amazonian parrot what’s more, an African Grey

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