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A now-former animal rescue group failed its mission, according to Loudoun County Animal Services officials who removed 102 animals from the homes of two Luck of the Irish Animal Rescue leaders on Feb. 16 and 17.

The animals removed from two Dundee Court homes in Round Hill were 28 cats, 70 dogs, two parakeets and two rabbits, according to Nina Stively, animal services director and a humane law enforcement officer. Stively said Luck of the Irish took in animals from rescue groups or shelters in Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, Texas and West Virginia.

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