BC SPCA seizes 84 cats and dogs in Surrey

One adult cat and one kitten were put down Tuesday night because of “critical distress."

Cats seized in Surrey by the BC SPCA.

SURREY — The BC SPCA seized 84 animals from a breeding facility in Surrey on Tuesday.

The animals – 69 cats, 12 dogs and three puppies – are not available for public viewing or adoption at this point. One adult cat and one kitten were put down Tuesday night because of “critical distress.”

The cats were primarily Persians and short-haired exotics. The dogs included French bulldogs, a Boston terrier, a Pomeranian with three puppies, a Chihuahua, a poodle, a Rottweiler, a Doberman, a Jack Russell terrier and a shiba inu.

The SPCA says it will be recommending charges.

 

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