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Ryan Bryant, animal control officer for Friends of Animals, prepares to enter a rural Moose Lake home where an elderly man lived before being transferred to a nursing home. The animal control officers, who responded to a report of an animal hoarder on April 13, had to wear respirators in the home, where they found four dogs and 29 cats. [Submitted photo]

'Worst case I've ever seen,' animal rescuer says of Moose Lake pet hoarder

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The home of an elderly pet hoarder in Moose Lake was "absolutely the worst case I've ever seen," said Mike Licari, executive director of the Carlton County Friends of Animals organization.

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