LANCASTER, OH (WCMH) — The Fairfield Area Humane Society is warning people they have no more room for cats after rescuing 32 of them from a home in the Lancaster area last Friday.
According to the rescue group, the cats were living in filth at the Lancaster. Pictures taken at the home show feces covered stairs and a trash covered room.
32 cats rescued from ‘filth’ in Lancaster home
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