A dog is found left alone in a backyard in freezing temperatures. A cat becomes trapped inside a sewer drain 34 feet below ground.
The Animal Cruelty team is called into a Philadelphia property in the middle of the night. They are to seize 112 birds and dogs, of which include a red-tailed hawk, and nearly 100 roosters.
An SPCA agent discovers a Doberman with overgrown nails.
The medical team at the shelter help Zeus, a German Shepard who is wearing an embedded collar.
A one year old dog was attacked by a machete and is barely alive.
A cat is discovered with a big hole in it's neck, believed to have been abused by an animal hoarder.
When the shelter workers discover a dog weighing 1/3rd of its normal weight, that the owner needs help too.
The SPCA believes they have discovered a dog fighting operation as they found eight dogs tied to a fence with heavy chains. Also, a neglected mastiff is taken in and a scared kitten hides in a car engine.
An agent discovers a dog has attacked a Labrador. The vet works hard to save his life and the life of another pooch found in the same area.
Cases include a neck wound on a husky; fighting roosters; and a pair of dogs who were abandoned in bad weather.
Squalid conditions and animals in need of care are revealed when a raid is made on a puppy mill of Limestone Kennels in Pennsylvania.
When a horse is found dead at a Northern Pennsylvania farm, an investigation reveals 13 more horses living in dreadful conditions. Also, treatment is given to an emaciated dog and a cat with tumors.
A sting operation is used to stop a breeder from using his basement for his operation inside the city. The finding of dead canine has a rescue being planned for a pair of dogs. And officers locate the whereabouts of an illegal slaughterhouse.
Agents find a grisly discovery inside of a refrigerator after being called in for abandoned animals. An emaciated dog is treated by the vets; and the police find a dog dying in the lawn of a home in North Philly.
A illegal cock fighting raid uncovers a case of deliberate cruelty.
Source: Animal Planet