If you’re here reading Kentucky-Sports-Radio-dot-com right now, which you obviously are, you’re probably a huge Cats fan. Am I right? I’m right. You like the Cats. Me too.
But you don’t like the Cats as much as this father and daughter in Lexington, who were living with over 100 cats in their home. Officials say the family was ‘cat hoarding’ and it took hours upon hours of veterinarian care to tend to the animals as they were removed from the property, once reports of animal cruelty came in.
Timothy Brown from Lexington-Fayette Animal Care and Control said, “They were living in horrible conditions. To the point where you could smell it outside, to the point where we had to wear Tyvek suits to go into the house. Wear booties going inside the house. Because there’s feces all over the floor.”
Our friends at WLEX have more:
The homeowners are facing 135 counts related to the lack of care and treatment of the animals.