The human has three felines here in his home, and he says that is all he can handle. At The Cat Cafe, he is looking to possibly increase the number of felines there to 12, up from the 10 he typically has in. It is clear he loves felines.
But one human in Oregon took their love of felines way too far. These humans had 95 cats in their home, and a big cat rescue from Oregon Humane Society was required to save these felines from horrible conditions.
You know the human gets mad about Jacey using the sink to pee in. He does not like the smell of the cat urine, even though it is easy to clean up. In the hoarder’s home, before the cat rescue was carried out, reports were that the smell of cat urine was “overwhelming.”
Once the humans carrying out this huge cat rescue operation got inside, they found fresh and dried feces, diarrhea, vomit, and urine on the floor.
After enduring these horrible conditions, my fellow felines probably thought that the five hour drive to Oregon Humane Society was the easiest part of the cat rescue. Here, they will receive medical treatment. Once they recover from their ordeal, they will be adopted out.
The human who had all of these cats in their home will be charged with 98 counts of felony animal neglect. I do not know if this is something that should happen, my furiends. I am sure this human started with the best of intentions but quickly became overwhelmed by the number of felines they needed to care for.
In order to help find homes for these felines, Oregon Humane Society is reducing the adoption fee for adult cats to 95 cents. If you live in the area and you are looking for a feline companion, this is a great time to do it!