Richard Couto of Animal Recovery Mission describes the "distressed condition" in which some birds and animals were found June 21, 2013 during a multy-agency raid on an illegal butchering operation near Homestead.
Richard Couto of Animal Recovery Mission describes the "distressed condition" in which some birds and animals were found June 21, 2013 during a multy-agency raid on an illegal butchering operation near Homestead. MARSHA HALPER Miami Herald Staff
Richard Couto of Animal Recovery Mission describes the "distressed condition" in which some birds and animals were found June 21, 2013 during a multy-agency raid on an illegal butchering operation near Homestead. MARSHA HALPER Miami Herald Staff

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