Hundreds of Cats Being Removed from North Philly Home

PSPCA says “hoarding” of 260 felines has resulted in unsanitary conditions.

Fox 29 reports: “The Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals says it’s investigating a hoarding case in North Philadelphia that involves hundreds of cats. Humane law enforcement officers are reported to be removing 260 felines from a property on the 1600 block of Filmore Street. According to PSPCA officials, a warrant was executed to remove the cats from what they’re calling ‘unsanitary confinement.'”

 

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  • Northeaster

    Frankford is not in North Philly, its a section unto its own (Greater Frankford includes Harrowgate, Juniata, Wissonoming, and Bridesburg) or part of the lower Northeast.