Hernando County, Florida -- The SPCA of Florida has rescued 65 cats living in terrible conditions at a home on Highpoint Boulevard.
According to Hernando Today, the cats were living in a vacant home owned by Kristine Pacek who moved out of the home in December but continued to return to the house every few days to give the cats food and water.
After the smell of urine and feces affect neighbors the SPCA has come in to clean up the home and provide food, water and litter to the cats. They are also working on getting Pacek to sign over her cats.
The Hernando County Sheriff's Office recently gave Pacek an ultimatum: clean up and find suitable homes for the cats by the end of the month, or face an investigation.
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