UPDATED: Friday, April 13, 2012 - 9:54am
CORYELL COUNTY -- More details in the neglected animal case in Coryell County.
Houston SPCA is now working on getting the animals in good health and into good homes.
The Houston SPCA teamed up with The Houston Zoo veterinary team to spay and neuter the Bengal tigers and mountain lions
Those animals will be going to the international exotic sanctuary in Boyd, Texas.
More than 200 rottweilers have turned into 250 with litters of puppies born.
The American Rottweiler Association will be helping them find homes.
"The animals are doing well in our care, and their future is extremely bright. We're working with our community partners: The Houston Zoo, The American Rottweiler Club, and a variety of other partners around the country to get all the animals another chance at life," says Houston SPCA's Stacy Fox.
The birds and other animals among the hundreds seized are also in good care at the SPCA.
The horses are gaining weight and recovering.
Some of the animals were diagnosed with terminal illnesses, but the SPCA hopes to find homes for all of them.