Dozens of Neglected Cats and Kittens Rescued From Horrific Living Conditions

Felines Living in Feces and Urine-Filled Home in Northwest Houston

(HOUSTON) October 5, 2021 – Houston SPCA Animal Cruelty Investigators rescued 30 cats and kittens living inside a Willowbrook-area home that was filled with debris, feces, and urine. According to Chief Veterinarian Dr. Roberta Westbrook, most all the felines are suffering from untreated URIs, or upper respiratory infections. All of the animals were surrendered by the owner and are now safely in the care of the Houston SPCA where they will all receive individualized treatment before they are placed into foster homes and become available for adoption.

Report animal cruelty by calling 713.869.7722 or online at www.houstonspca.org.

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