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SCRAPS seizes animals living in "unsanitary conditions"

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SPOKANE, Wash. -

Officers with Spokane Regional Animal Protection Service, SCRAPS, say they removed dozens of animals that were being kept in "unsanitary conditions" from a home on west Bridges Road.

They say the woman was actually already on probation for a previous animal cruelty conviction. SCRAPS had been monitoring Dorothy Osgood's farm once a month to monitor the animals. It was a condition of her probation. This week they found animals living in poor conditions. SCRAPS got a warrant that allowed them to seize the animals, which included pigs, goats, chickens, rabbits, ducks and a goose.

Osgood could face criminal charges in the next two weeks. SCRAPS says they are still evaluating the animals, and they will not be available for adoption.

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