UPDATE: CATS SAFE – click here for story.
The Oakland County Animal Control Division, which took in 84 cats rescued from Royal Oak pet hoarders Tuesday, is asking nonprofit animal rescue groups that would be willing to treat them for ringworm to take some or all of the cats. The cats, along with seven dogs, were rescued after neighbors reported ongoing problems with pungent odors from the home in the 1000 block of Edgewood. If a qualifying nonprofit rescue group doesn’t step up and take these cats — many of which have ringworm — they’ll be euthanized in 10 days (around October 10th). Rescue groups have taken about half of the cats, four have been euthanized and others await similar fate if no one steps forward. You can read more about it here.
Please consider helping out Mid Michigan Cat Rescue so they can save some of these cats! Link here.