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More than 250 dogs, cats, and other animals were taken from the home of 65 year old Barbara Monroe. Authorities say many of them were malnourished, dehydrated, and infested with fleas.
About 100 dead animals were also found.
Right now the animals that survived are being housed by Tails Animal Shelter at a hangar at the Dekalb Airport .
You can contact them to make a donation or put your name on an adoption list.
Right now Monroe is in jail until there's a ruling on her case the animals can not be adopted.