TULSA -- Tulsa County Sheriff's Office deputies served a search warrant Thursday in connection with an animal hoarding case.
The search was in northern Tulsa County in the 15300 block of North Lewis Avenue. Officials said at least 100 dogs as well as cats were found at the home.
Deputies said the woman who lives inside the home, identified as Marjorie Satterfield, ran a dog training/kennel business. Satterfield, who was arrested, will face multiple counts of animal cruelty.
The number of dogs was so high, the Sheriffs Office could not handle the situation and called in the help of the Humane Society of Tulsa.
All dogs are being scanned for a microchip to see if they belong to someone else who turned the dog over to the homeowner for alleged training.
Officials said 106 dogs, seven cats, four chickens and six birds were recovered from the home.
Many of the animals rescued for Satterfield's home belong to clients. Those animals are in the care of the Humane Society of Tulsa. Pet owners can send their info by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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