95 Cats Rescued from Oregon Home

A total of 95 cats were rescued from a house in Oregon. The Oregon Humane Society, the organization which carried out the operation, reported that they encountered an overwhelming odor of cat urine, and they also found fresh and dried feces, diarrhea, vomit and urine on the floor.

The rescued felines immediately received medical treatment while their previous owner will be charged with 98 counts of felony animal neglect.
The Oregon Humane Society is also reducing the adoption fee for adult cats to 95 cents to be able to find a new home for the latter as soon as possible.
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