This is an urgent plea to those in the Palm Beach, Florida area to save cats taken during a hoarding situation. The case may turn out to be more of an animal cruelty case rather than animal hoarding, due to the condition of the cats.
Adriana Cecelia says PBCACC is giving them extra time to get the cats out, which is good, and unusual for this shelter.
Rescues who adopted out to Deb are devastated. It’s believed Deb was taking in cats from several different rescues in an attempt to keep how many cats she had secret. No one knew how bad the problem was until a few weeks ago.
A home visit was made by someone in rescue a few months back, and nothing out of the ordinary was happening then. It doesn’t take long for a situation to go downhill. Help was allegedly offered, which Deb refused at the time.
If your rescue adopted out a cat to Deb, please take a good look at this photo. If you can rescue, foster or adopt one of the cats seized, please contact Britt Camacho or Adriana Cecilia via Facebook.
No charges have been filed at this time.