Humane officers have found two baby alligators in a Philadelphia home.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that officers went to the home to investigate a man who had dumped two flea-infested dogs outside an SPCA shelter.
The Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals says that officers found the alligators during a search of the home Friday night. The alligators were confiscated and will be transferred to a sanctuary.
The SPCA says 40-year-old Carl Tyler was charged with animal cruelty for failing to seek veterinary care for the dogs.