Pets Removed From Cibolo Home

More than 2 dozen dogs and cats were removed from a home in Cibolo.

The city’s Animal Services served a search warrant at the home in the 100 block of Sioux Circle yesterday morning. They received some complaints about the smell and noise coming from the home.

There was so much fecal matter and a heavy smell of ammonia from the animals urine that officers had to wear gloves and special protective suits when they went inside.

They discovered the animals living in poor conditions and began the process of removing them. Police say the animals appeared to be in fair condition but they were brought to a local animal hospital to be examined and treated if needed.

The home owner could face some serious charges once Police wrap up their investigation. In the meantime, if you live in the area and you’re missing a pet, you can fill out a lost and found form on the city’s website, cibioltx dot gov.


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