FRESNO, California - Officers with the Central California SPCA rescued 50 cats and kittens from a hoarding house in Fresno.
The CCSPCA says the cats were living in deplorable conditions. Most of the floor was covered with at least six inches of feces. The only water source was from a leaking bathtub faucet.
The CCSPCA said the cats were malnourished and underweight. Many of them had never been outside of the house.
All of the cats were transported to the CCSPCA and were examined by medical staff. They say many of the cats have an upper respiratory infection.
The cats are now being taken care of. The CCSPCA has decided to name the rescue cats the "Fresno Feline Fifty."
If you are interested in fostering or adopting any of the kittens you can contact the CCSPCA.