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

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Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office investigating hoarding case after cats found dead and dying in Fayetteville home — 2 Comments

  1. These cases continue to rise. Such a plague people are on the earth. I see mandatory spay neuter coming and I hope and pray this decreases the numbers of these hoarding cases that have become so frequent.

    • My county does not have mandatory S/N and you can license an intact dog or cat for 15 bucks per year. That’s if you bother to be legal. My county does it so poor people aren’t burdened even though there are TNR, free spay, low cost in fact the local foundation now offers free s/n with an income up to 50K.

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