Several Aroostook County humane societies have stepped in to help more than 50 animals after the state seized the animals from a Littleton home after a more than two-year investigation.

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According to WAGM-TV, officials with several agencies from all across the state were called to the home at 1064 Framingham Road in Littleton on Tuesday, including the director of animal welfare for the Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural Resource, the Aroostook County Sheriff’s Office, Central Aroostook Humane Society and the Houlton Humane Society.

Official have said that the animals that were removed from the home were mostly dogs, but also included cats and some livestock.

Two adults were said to be living in the home.

The investigation continues.

The Houlton Humane Society is asking for donations of dog food to help.

Ryan Gavin spoke to Heather Miller, executive director of the Houlton Humane Society, about needed supplies and how to help out. Listen:

Their address is 263 Callaghan Road, Houlton, ME 04730.

Help out if you can!

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