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NOBLESVILLE -

Police in Hamilton County are searching for the people responsible for abandoning five cats and a dog at the humane society.

The Hamilton County Sheriff's office says someone abandoned a mother cat and four kittens in a blue plastic storage tub. A young male terrier mix with an injured front leg was also tied to a lamp post with a retractable leash.

The animals were found Thursday morning behind the Humane Society for Hamilton County in Noblesville.

Any information pertaining to the ownership of the animals should be provided to Deputy Tom Rogers, at 317-776-4110.

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