The Muncie Animal Shelter says it has placed homes for the 632 animals seized from a storefront. Over the weekend, people have opened their homes to snakes, guinea pigs, hamsters, rats, lizards and frogs taken away from a man who authorities say were living with the animals in a store front with the plan to open a pet store. The last of the animals are expected to leave the shelter today. The director of the shelter says the alligator was taken by a Hamilton County man who provides educational programs for schools. He also said the mice will become meals at a rehabilitation center for birds of prey.