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The woman ends up in her apartment with 130 CATS after she got pregnant in Moscow

The woman ends up in her apartment with 130 CATS after she got pregnant four years ago in the streets of Moscow

  • Neighbors complained about a terrible smell coming from the woman’s apartment
  • Animal caretaker Anastasia Soloviyeva said they have resettled around 50 cats
  • Charity, Zoo Defenders, is now raising money to take care of the rest of the animals

A woman in Moscow ended up in her small apartment with 130 cats after rescuing a pregnant stray dog ​​four years ago.

Her neighbors began to complain about a terrible smell coming from the apartment and an animal charity is now looking for new homes for the “half-starved” cats.

Animal caretaker, Anastasia Soloviyeva, said they already resettled about 50 cats after advertising on social media.

A woman in Moscow ended up in her small apartment with 130 cats after rescuing a pregnant stray dog ​​four years ago

A woman in Moscow ended up in her small apartment with 130 cats after rescuing a pregnant stray dog ​​four years ago

Her neighbors began to complain about a terrible odor coming from the apartment and an animal charity is now looking for new homes for the 'half-starved' cats

Her neighbors began to complain about a terrible odor coming from the apartment and an animal charity is now looking for new homes for the 'half-starved' cats

The apartment was completely flooded with cats

The apartment was completely flooded with cats

Her neighbors began to complain about a terrible odor coming from the apartment and an animal charity is now looking for new homes for the ‘half-starved’ cats

But there are still 80 living in the 1-bedroom apartment.

The habit of collecting cats was discovered after the neighbors raised an alarm when they were worried about the smell and noise coming from the flat.

Allegedly she spent almost all of her money on food for the cats, but she still couldn’t feed enough.

Animal caretaker, Anastasia Soloviyeva (photo), said they already resettled about 50 cats after advertising on social media

Animal caretaker, Anastasia Soloviyeva (photo), said they already resettled about 50 cats after advertising on social media

About 80 cats are still in the apartment in Moscow

About 80 cats are still in the apartment in Moscow

Animal caretaker, Anastasia Soloviyeva (photo), said they already resettled about 50 cats after advertising on social media

The habit of collecting cats was discovered after the neighbors raised an alarm when they were worried about the smell and noise coming from the flat

The habit of collecting cats was discovered after the neighbors raised an alarm when they were worried about the smell and noise coming from the flat

The habit of collecting cats was discovered after the neighbors raised an alarm when they were worried about the smell and noise coming from the flat

Another volunteer, Irina Medvedeva, said: “We have found about 130 half-starved, but very affectionate cats.

“The animals were in a terrible state. Despite the fact that they had a corridor, a kitchen and a bedroom, there were still too many to live comfortably.

“We managed to distribute some of them, but around 80 remain inside.

A charity called Zoo Defenders wants to raise money to house the rest of the cats.

Allegedly she spent almost all of her money on food for the cats, but she still couldn't feed enough. Pictured: animal caretaker Anastasia Soloviyeva

Allegedly she spent almost all of her money on food for the cats, but she still couldn't feed enough. Pictured: animal caretaker Anastasia Soloviyeva

Allegedly she spent almost all of her money on food for the cats, but she still couldn’t feed enough. Another volunteer, Irina Medvedeva, said: “We have found about 130 half-starved, but very affectionate cats. Pictured: animal caretaker Anastasia Soloviyeva

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