100 cats in ‘poor condition’ removed from home on Cleveland’s East Side

Dozens of cats removed from home

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Officers with the Animal Protective League (APL) were called out to a home on the city’s East Side Wednesday afternoon to remove more than 100 cats.

APL officers reported that the home is located in the 1100 block of East 174th Street.

APL officers remove cats from a home on E. 174th in Cleveland.
APL officers remove cats from a home on E. 174th in Cleveland. (Source: WOIO)

Officials told 19 News there were dozens of cats inside the house and many of them were in poor condition.

According to officials, the cats were “thin, suffering from a variety of illnesses and suffering ill effects of disease and conditions.”

This remains an active investigation and no charges have been filed.

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