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Mt.Clemens - 11 Roseview, cat hoarding. Per witnesses up to 20- 30 cats being brought out of this location. Animal control is at this location removing cats.Posted by Macomb County Scanner on Thursday, March 28, 2019
A Michigan woman has been charged with animal cruelty after 88 cats and one dog were found living in squalid conditions inside her home.
A court bailiff made the discovery when he arrived at the 62-year-old's Mount Clemens address late last month to issue her with an eviction notice.
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Animal Control was subsequently called to the property, where they removed the animals - most of whom were in poor health.
A small number of the cats had to be put down because they were so ill, according to The Detroit Free Press.
Many of the other felines were inbred and pregnant.
Macomb County Animal Control Chief Jeff Randazzo told ABC News that the woman's three-bedroom home was small, and that the cats did not have access to the yard.
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