Madison County, Florida—February 2012
On February 26, the ASPCA assisted local authorities with the removal of nearly 700 cats from the failed “Caboodle Ranch” sanctuary.
Fulton County, New York—March 2011
ASPCA responders helped the Montgomery County SPCA care for and place nearly 100 dogs after an overcrowded canine rescue folded.
Clark County, Ohio, February 2011
ASPCA responders helped remove more than 400 dogs—76 of whom were dead—from an overcrowded animal shelter.
Fulton County, Arkansas—December 2010
On December 9, 2010, the ASPCA deployed to a horse trader’s overcrowded farm to assist Fulton County law enforcement with the removal and care of more than 100 severely neglected horses.
Pope County, Arkansas—November 2010
The ASPCA helped remove more than 120 dogs and puppies from an overwhelmed sanctuary where the animals were suffering from obvious signs of neglect.
Elk County, Pennsylvania-June 2010
On June 24, the ASPCA assisted the Elk County Humane Society of St. Mary's, PA in the rescue of nearly 400 cats found living in desperate conditions.
Wayne County, Tennessee—June 2010
The ASPCA assisted with a critical hoarding intervention—85 dogs were discovered in overcrowded pens, chained to posts and roaming the property of an eldery man.
Erie County, New York—March 2010
The ASPCA assisted in the care of 73 horses found living in extremely unsanitary conditions in what is believed to be the area's largest farm animal rescue ever.
Clarksdale, Mississippi—January 2010
In early January, a concerned volunteer with the City of Clarksdale Animal Shelter, made a call to ASPCA to inform them of the squalid living conditions and over population crisis at the shelter.
Brooklyn, New York—January 2010
The ASPCA conducted a critical intervention—rescuing 37 cats and kittens from a filthy, overrun, one-bedroom apartment in Brooklyn, NY.
Clewiston, Florida—November 2009
On November 16, more than 75 responders removed nearly 600 emaciated cats from the 10th Life Animal Sanctuary—the animals were found living in severely overcrowded wire mesh pens.
Memphis, Tennessee—October 2009
On October 27, more than 200 dogs and cats living in substandard conditions were seized from the City of Memphis Animal Shelter.
Queens, New York—August 2009
After a carefully planned intervention led by the ASPCA, 25 dogs were rescued from an animal hoarder in Queens, NY.
Cazenovia, Wisconsin—May 2009
The ASPCA assisted in the raid of animal sanctuary, Thyme and Sage Ranch, which held the animal control contract for Richland County, WI, and acted as the county's animal shelter.
Tarentum, Pennsylvania—March 2008
In one of the largest anti-cruelty raids of recent times, more than 600 cats living in squalor were seized from the 28-acre Tiger Ranch.