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Central California SPCA rescues 50 cats hoarded in Fresno

Fifty cats that were being hoarded in a Fresno home were rescued on Tuesday by the Central California SPCA, who found the floor of the home covered in about 6 inches of old and new feces.

A woman living in the Pinedale-area home called the SPCA to surrender the cats, SPCA spokesman Walter Salvari said.

The only water source for the cats was a leaky faucet in a bathtub. The cats never lived outside the home, the SPCA said in a news release.


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