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Animal Rescue Team helps to rescue approximately 171 dogs in Mississippi

Jay Kim/The HSUS

UPDATED: 16 July, 2015, 10:01 AM ET

On July 15, 2015, we worked through the day and into the night alongside national and local animal groups to rescue nearly 200 animals — ranging from cats and dogs to goats and cows — from a property in Chatham County, NC.

A report that more than 100 cats and dogs were being kept in a cramped mobile home raised concerns for the animals' wellbeing. A search warrant was served on the property, and we found almost 200 animals living in unsanitary conditions and in need of urgent veterinary care.

Some of the animals were transferred to local rescue groups, while others were transported to an emergency shelter where they will be thoroughly examined by teams of veterinarians and receive any necessary medical treatment.

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