Cat Hoarding Situation with More Than 100 Cats Leads to Request for Community’s Help

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A good samaritan reached out to animal rescue group Shelly Olree’s Shelter after she became concerned about the welfare of her neighbor’s 100+ cats at a Wexford County home. With the help of AC PAW, the rescue groups was able to pull about 28 of the sickest cats on their first visit, including Peanut. Poor little Peanut had to be humanely euthanized because she was so sick but they are hoping to save as many of the others as they can and save more of the cats. They pulled 14 more on Saturday the 23rd.

Poor little Peanut

Poor little Peanut

You can get updates on some of the cats at the SOS Facebook page above. They need your help to pay for veterinary costs. Please click here to see how to help.

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