California Animal Rescue News: Humane Society Saves 2,000 Abused Exotic Creatures

This California animal rescue news story comes from the city of Montclair, where police discovered an industrial building containing 1,000 dead exotic animals and 2,000 live parakeets, lovebirds, parrots, chickens, fish and reptiles in appalling conditions. Read on for more on this heart-breaking story of animal abuse.

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California Animal Rescue News: Humane Society Saves 2,000 Abused Exotic Creatures
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Two days ago, the Inland Valley Humane Society evacuated some 2,000 animals from a warehouse in Montclair, California, east of Los Angeles, near San Bernadino. They had come to serve a warrant to the human monster who owned the property, but found the premises abandoned and strewn with the corpses of more than 1,000 dead exotic animals. They were able to save nearly 2,000 birds, chickens, fish and reptiles.

Neighbors Made A Formal Complaint To The Police

Neighbors had field a complaint with the police about the harrowing screams and putrid smells that were emanating from the warehouse. But the owner of the property, Gregory Bowman, 52, had been arrested for an unrelated case and authorities were no permitted to enter the premises without a warrant. They  made California animal rescue news when they returned the next day with the proper documents. They  were horrified by what they found.

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