Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty To Animals
Found along with ten live animals — cats, turtles, and a rat — were more than a dozen dead animals.
The Pennsylvania SPCA is investigating a disturbing discovery made in North Philadelphia, where the mutilated remains of an animal were found.
The dogs were evaluated by Pennsylvania SCPA staffers and, in spite of the terrible conditions, were found to be in such good shape they can be adopted immediately.
A special adoption event is being held at the Pennsylvania SPCA this weekend.
In Philadelphia, the Pennsylvania SPCA said the $1 million it gets from the city is not enough to care for the 32,000 animals it takes in every year.