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Pet Company files lawsuit against McKamey, City

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CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) -- A pet store that came under fire last year has filed a $10 Million  federal lawsuit, against McKamey Animal Center and the City of Chattanooga.

The suit alleges that McKamey illegally confiscated the animals at the store during last year's raid and that McKamey was acting with ulterior motives.

During the raid, McKamey officers say they found empty water bowls, broken cages, unsafe cleaning solutions, and a broken air conditioner.

The suit says the raid happened early in the morning before the pet store cleaned for the day.

A Judge did dismiss the case last year and the store was allowed to reopen.

Last week, the Pet Company moved out of Hamilton Place Mall.

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