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36 Chihuahuas confiscated in Watsonville
WATSONVILLE, Calif. (KGO) -- Animal neglect charges could be filed against two Watsonville residents after authorities confiscated dozens of dogs.
Three dozen Chihuahuas, some of them only 2-weeks-old, were seized from two apartments in Watsonville. Officers confiscated 11 dogs on Monday at one apartment and 25 at another on Tuesday.
A landlord at the first unit alerted authorities after finding the dogs living in squalid conditions.
The dogs will be placed in foster care until owners can be found.
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