Animal cruelty probe uncovers possible case of providing care without a license

07/16/2013 | (Michigan) (free registration)

Dozens of animals were seized in a Michigan animal cruelty case that reportedly involved unlicensed practice of veterinary medicine. Cats, rabbits and a skunk were among the animals rescued, and the carcasses of others were also found. Animals are being examined at the Newaygo County Animal Shelter and will be treated as needed.

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