SPCA seize 45 dogs and 20 cats from rescue group foster farm

Ron Burgandy, a 5 month-old puppy from Saskatchewan, seen here in the arms of a member of the...

Ron Burgandy, a 5 month-old puppy from Saskatchewan, seen here in the arms of a member of the Oops-a-Dazy Rescue and Sanctuary Society during Petsmart's National Adoption Weekend, on Saturday, May 4, 2013. Darren Makowichuk/Calgary Sun/QMI AGENCY

Damien Wood, Calgary Sun

, Last Updated: 1:02 AM ET

CALGARY - Animal rescue group Oops-a-Dazy’s been left with their collective head spinning after the Alberta SPCA seized dozens of their animals earlier this week.

The SPCA took 45 dogs and 20 cats from one of Oops-a-Dazy’s foster farms Tuesday, saying the animals were in distress.

But Christine Campbell, chairwoman of the Oops-a-Dazy board, flat out doesn’t agree.

She told the Sun the animals had food, water, shelter and veterinary care and the group’s bills reflect that.


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