Bridgewater, NJ: More than 25 cats rescued from small abandoned apartment

More than 25 cats and kittens were rescued from a small abandoned apartment in Bridgewater, New Jersey on August 18 after a tip was called into Somerset Regional Animal Shelter. Newborn kittens and pregnant cats were among those rescued, Somerset … please continue reading

Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office investigating hoarding case after cats found dead and dying in Fayetteville home

The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a case of animal cruelty in Fayetteville, North Carolina after dead cats were found in a mobile home in the 200 block of Redfish Drive off U.S. 301. The police were alerted to … please continue reading

Couple charged after more than 50 dead cats were removed from their Lawrenceville home

Two people were arrested and charged with multiple counts of animal cruelty after more than 50 dead cats were removed from their Lawrenceville, Pennsylvania home. Back in April, more than 40 live cats were removed from the home. The couple was … please continue reading

Cat hoarding case in Tabor City leaves rural shelter in need of help from the community

Shelter cat

The rescue of cats from a hoarding case in Tabor City, North Carolina has left a rural shelter in need of help from the community. In addition to the MANY cats currently in their care, Columbus County Animal Shelter in … please continue reading

68 cats rescued from animal hoarding situation in Tullahoma, Tennessee

Cat hoarding

Sixty-eight cats were rescued Tuesday from a single family home in Tullahoma, Tennessee. The cats, of which many of them are pregnant or with newborn litters, were living in filth, are currently in the care of Animal Rescue Corps (ARC) … please continue reading

Serial Cat Hoarders, Constantly Arrested and Charged by the Police, Won’t Change Their Ways

Cat hoarder cats in van

They are becoming infamous. They are infamous. They are serial cat hoarders. Their Facebook followers defend their actions and say that they are true cat lovers. The probably believe that they are. The police see them as cat hoarders with … please continue reading