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Animals seized from Citra-area home receiving care

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Marion County Animals Services continues to care for pets taken from unsanitary conditions last week. County spokesperson Elaine DeIorio says there were 28 dogs and 18 cats seized, which is not uncommon in the area.

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She says the next step is file petition to custody of the animals so they can continue to care for the animals.

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