Next Episode of Animal Cops: South Africa is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Animal Planet follows the outstanding work of the Animal Cruelty Inspectors at the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa, in a brand new series of the ever popular Animal Cops. With just 12 full time, uniformed, inspectors on the road investigating animal cruelty complaints across Cape Town and beyond. The facilities at the centre in the Cape of Good Hope, includes housing for 400 dogs, 200 cats and 25 horses with 80 staff on site to take care of all those animals seized. The series joins the officers as they investigate dog fighting, a popular and illegal sport in the area, whilst the wildlife rescue team deal with anything from seals, baboons, crocodiles, tortoises, snakes and birds of prey to zebras, impalas and even penguins- and Animal Planet will be there to witness all the action.
A woman keeps over 100 cats in filthy conditions.
A pitbull fighting operation in Woodstock; six ponies are confiscated; a porcupine is trapped in a garden; a seal in distress; a dog is trapped in a flooded canal.
Hundreds of live chickens are kept in cramped conditions at a roadside market; abandoned animals; an exhausted seal; a mongoose is loose in a school's bathroom.
A previous offender is caught with dogs again; Egyptian geese in a swimming pool are relocated; reports of an emaciated horse pulling a cart.
A cat's leg is stuck in a cement wall; A pony has been attacked by a pitbull; a seal is caught in a net.
A large male baboon moves into a Cape Town suburb; A old dog is emaciated and full of mange; A horse has become very thin.
A porcupine wanders into the Czech consulate's garden; A horse is kept in a garage; sheep are dying on a farm; A man sells puppies by the roadside; While a farm of sheep have been left to fend for themselves
A man who is unqualified practices veterinary medicine; A dog near death is rescued; While the team helps an injured antelope.
A sticky situation faces Inspector Wayne Hector, as two dogs get caught in a sewage plant.
A seal with plastic tangled around its neck faces a slow and painful death.
A dog stuck in a drain refuses to budge; a man raises goats in his garden; a dog is attacked by Straffordshire terriers; a mongoose is loose in a conference room.
An aggressive dog guards a property during a drug raid; a cat is stuck in a tree; an emaciated and tick infested dog.
A fire at a small farm leaves inspectors considering the fate of the pigs.
A troop of baboons makes its way to the suburbs.
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