Animal hoarding case costs Oregon county $300,000

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In this Sept. 14, 2012 photo, Josephine County Animal Protection and Regulation worker Marci Handley inspects a dead dog during a rescue at Magical Miniature Horses ranch near Cave Junction, Ore. The county seized over 200 animals including 177 miniature horses, cattle, dogs, pygmy goats and a peacock from land owner 61-year-old Kandi Lucile Crow and is costing the county $6,370 a day to care for the animals. (AP Photo/The Daily Courier, Kevin Launius)