WATERFORD, Mich. (WXYZ) - A Waterford house full of cats and feces has been condemned.
Waterford police say the Oakland County Animal Control rescued 30 cats from a home on Airport Road Friday.
Tuesday, they say they got a call from a woman says she who says she gave the homeowner two snow leopard cats to breed. The woman says she saw her cats through the window, but couldn’t get the homeowner to answer the door, so she called police.
Police arrived and found a strong smell coming from inside the house. They tried to check on the animals and anyone else inside but were overwhelmed by the smell of feces.
Hazmat crews were called to the house. They found deplorable conditions inside. Crews say the cat feces was ankle deep throughout the home.
The township condemned the home.
Friday, Animal Control was able to get into the house and removed about 30 cats.
The 50-year-old woman who lived in the house could now face charges.
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