Shelter takes 71 cats from ‘out of control’ situation in Colerain Twp.

Cincinnati Animal Care took in 30 cats this week after finding more than they bargained for at a Colerain Township home.

CINCINNATI (FOX19) - Local animal care agencies were told this week to expect a few dozen cats from a foreclosed home in Colerain Township. What they got could turn out to be the largest single haul they’ve ever seen.

Ray Anderson with Cincinnati Animal Care, one of the agencies contacted about the property, says the shelter is already swamped this season.

“We’ve had a huge uptick in our population in general,” Anderson said.

Then the call came Monday about the home foreclosure and the 30-odd felines they were told to expect. Over the next few days, CAC and several other agencies set traps for cats on the property.

The result? Seventy one cats.

“Seventy one from one property is very extreme,” Anderson said. “I think that’s our biggest pull.”

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