Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2021-04-08 18:39:23 –
Posted by: KDKA-TV News Staff
Pitcairn, PA (KDKA) – A humanitarian police officer rescues 17 cats and 25 mice that “live a terrible smell and dirty life” at their home in Pitcairn.
Animal Friends says he received a call on Thursday from a worried neighbor about a large number of cats and mice living in unsanitary conditions.
Seventeen cats and kittens were found and 25 mice were trapped in cages. Some of them were only a few days old.
Animal Friends says the inhabitants of the house were supportive and embraced help and resources. Forty-two animals spontaneously surrendered.
The animals are currently being evaluated and Animal Friends says they will be charged until the results of the medical examination are available.
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