WE NEED YOUR HELP! All six of LA City Shelters at max capacity.
- LA City Animal Shelters are in crisis situations due to three separate hoarding cases, which brought in nearly 300 animals through its doors.
LA Animal Services Spokesperson, Ashley Rodriguez said -
"We see this very often. But usually cases are more spread out -- not within the same week."
- Over a hundred dogs and cats were rescued from 3 different locations.
- Possible criminal charges may be files after an investigation.
Rodriguez told NBC that in March they seized of nearly 200 rabbits-
"As they were heading back to the shelter, some rabbits were giving birth in the truck," "All six shelters helped out and took some in."
- Due to limited space and resources, more than 250 animals are currently on the red list -- which means, if not adopted, the animal will be euthanized.
"Just because they are on the list doesn't mean that they will be euthanized. We do our best to find a home, however, it is ultimately up to the adopters to get these animals out of the shelter."