ABANDONED CATS CARED FOR AT SHELTER
As many as 30 cats were rescued from a Sacramento home when its owner was evicted from the property. According to KXTV, a few cats were found roaming outside of the abandoned property, which prompted Sacramento City Animal Care Services to contact the Sacramento Police. After boarding the house up, animal services began trapping the cats that had been left behind. According to animal-control officers, there were piles of trash, empty tuna cans and cars filled with old newspapers across the property. Although the neglected felines were said to be stressed and sick, they appeared to be well fed. The cats are being cared for at the shelter and will be put up for adoption after their health and overall well-being are assessed.