On August 11 and 12, the ASPCA will host an adoption to find safe homes for cats rescued from the abusive conditions of the Caboodle Ranch.
The exotic pet trade is a blossoming, corrupt business that inadvertently creates a large percentage of mistreated parrots.
The animal rights group presented law enforcement organaizations including the FBI with a book's worth of evidence.
Forms of torture such as skinning calves alive, forcing badly injured animals into a slaughter line are made public because activists document them.
"What a lucrative business, charging desperate, caring people to take homeless cats at $100 to $200 each. When they die a month later, he just takes more."
Authorities seized the suffering animals and charged Caboodle's founder and operator with cruelty to animals and scheme to defraud.