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- Animal Control found 88 cats and a dog in the home of a 62-year-old woman in Mount Clemens
- Most animals were in poor health and some had to be euthanized
- The cats, many of whom were wild, inbred and pregnant, did not have access to the property's garden
- The woman's house was covered with stools that in some places were & # 39; inches deep & # 39; used to be
- She was admitted to hospital for an infected cat bite and has now been charged with animal abuse
A woman from Michigan has been accused of animal abuse after 88 cats and a dog were found living in miserable conditions in her home.
A bailiff made the discovery when he arrived at the 62-year-old Mount Clemens address at the end of last month to give her a deportation letter.
Animal Control was then called to the site, where they removed the animals – most of whom were in poor health.
88 cats and a dog were discovered at the end of last month in the home of Mount Clemons
Many of the cats were extremely ill and were taken to the local Animal Control center
Last Thursday, the public prosecutor Eric Smith shared a photo with the inside of the property, with a bedroom floor covered with animal droppings
A small number of the cats had to be put down because they were so sick, according to The Detroit Free Press.
Many of the other cats were inbred and pregnant.
Macomb County Animal Control chief Jeff Randazzo told ABC News that the three-bedroom home was small and the cats didn't have access to the garden.
Last Thursday, the prosecutor Eric Smith shared a photo with the inside of the property, with a bedroom floor covered with animal droppings.
A Facebook message that was shared last week reveals that almost all kittens have been re-adopted
Randozzo claims that everywhere in the house & # 39; hope & # 39; faeces were layers that often & # 39; inches deep & # 39; goods.
A cleaning team was forced to wear hazmat suits during the disinfection of the building.
In the meantime, the woman was admitted to the hospital for an infected cat bite.
She was initially reluctant to abandon ownership of the animals, claiming to be a & # 39; cat shelter & # 39; and that most cats were wild before she had housed them.
The cats were taken to the local Animal Control shelter and are now being adopted to new owners.
A Facebook message that was shared last week reveals that almost all kittens have been re-adopted.
The woman's dog was transported to Florida to live with her brother.
The cats are now being adopted to new owners