14 dogs, 1 cat, seized in Etobicoke drug raid

Toronto police seized 14 dogs, one cat, and arrested two people as they raided an Etobicoke home Sunday night.

Two people are under arrest in connection with drug seizures

Two dogs seized by Animal Services in Toronto after police conducted a drug raid at a home in Etobicoke on Sunday. (CBC)

Toronto police seized 14 dogs and one cat, while arresting two people during a drug raid at an Etobicoke home on Sunday.

Paramedics initially attended the home around 3:00 p.m. near Kipling Avenue and Rathburn Road for a medical call. 

When paramedics arrived they call in the police after seeing drugs in the home. 

The Toronto police drug squad was called to the scene and seized an unknown quantity of marijuana. 

Animal Services was called in to seize the animals living at the home. 

Police have not released the charges or the identities of the two suspects they arrested.

One cat seen in cage being carried out by Animal Services after being seized during drug raid at Etobicoke home. (CBC)

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