FREEPORT, Fla. -- Last month, The Alaqua Animal Rescue welcomed 118 animals into their facility.
They were taken from Freeport, Fla. resident Nancy Payne.
She was charged with 103 counts of animal cruelty.
The animals each received the medical treatment they needed.
Rescue workers say they are doing what they can for the hurt animals.
"We all try as hard as we can to work on the animals when they come in and be their voice and try to make a difference for them," Alaqua Animal Rescue Laurie Hood.
The rescued animals are not up for adoption quite yet. Until Payne surrenders her rights or the court grants Alaqua full custody, the dogs cannot be adopted nor spayed or neutered.
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