“Upon inspection, we found cats in crates with litter boxes that hadn’t been cleaned in a week or more, filthy bird and ferret cages, many male quail co-housed with feather loss, fighting and pecking at each others eyes, rats in urine soaked bedding and snakes in totes where the feces had become moldy,” the SPCA said.

After the animals were brought back to the SPCA, they were examined. Some of them were placed into foster care.

Because charges have not yet been filed, the name of the animals’ owner and their address cannot be released by the SPCA.

(Photo: Niagara County SPCA)
(Photo: Niagara County SPCA)
(Photo: Niagara County SPCA)