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Dozens Of Cats And 3 Dogs Rescued From Filthy Hotel Room

Dozens of cats and 3 dogs were rescued from a filthy hotel room in Bucks County, PA.

Bucks County, PA – Last week, dozens of cats and three dogs were rescued from a filthy hotel room in Bucks County. According to a release from the Bucks County SPCA, their Humane Law Enforcement Team was notified about the situation by hotel staff, who discovered the cats during a routine inspection of the room.

The animal welfare agency’s officers served a warrant to the animals’ owner and encountered the squalid conditions. The agency describes the deplorable conditions in the room:

Inside were three dozen animals roaming freely in filthy crowded conditions. Urine and feces littered the room and the strong smell of ammonia stung their eyes as they worked to remove the animals and transport them to the Lahaska Shelter.

Dozens of cats and 3 dogs rescued from hotel room
Dozens of cats and 3 dogs rescued from hotel room

The animals were secured and taken to a veterinarian for exams and treatment. The shelter said, “One cat is being treated for pyometra, a serious infection of the uterus.”

All of the animals were surrendered by their owners and they will be held and cared for until they have recovered. As reported by the Philadelphia Enquirer, two men had been living in the room for about six months. They told humane officers that “it just happened,” when the agency inquired where the cats came from.

Charges against their owners are pending.

Find Bucks County SPCA on Facebook here.

Continue reading: Shelter Pens Letter To Homeless Person Who Abandoned Their Dog With A Sad Note

 

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  1. You don’t just “happen”to collect dozens of cats in a hotel room This is another case of irresponsible behaviour on the part of people who may have had the best of intentions for the animals but took on more than they could handle or perhaps there is a more sinister reason for them accumulating all these animals. Either way it is fortunate for the animals that they were found in time and can be taken care of

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    • Meanwhile, all of the time, pet breeders churn out “product” as if everything’s just peachy keen. It’s the breeders (starting with the horrific mill operators) who should be locked in filthy hotel rooms like that.

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    • They probably picked up a cat or two and didn’t bother to fix them and so the cats bred and suddenly they had litters of kittens on their hands. People suck. They could of been well meaning homeless folks or they could have bred cats on purposes in hopes of selling the kittens for cash. Either way the animals always suffer for people’s stupidity. I hope they were all friendly and tame so they are adoptable. If not semi ferals are almost always put to sleep because they are labeled un-adoptable which is just BS.

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