PITTSBURGH - Animal Friends is asking for help after rescuing many cats from a Troy Hill home last week.
According to the organization’s Facebook page, the shelter is at capacity and last week’s rescue has put additional strain on already limited resources.
Officials said the owner of the cats was evicted from his home and was hospitalized, leaving no one to care for the animals. The man decided it was best to turn the cats over to Animal Friends, and humane officers brought them in.
Anyone willing and able to help is asked to do so by taking or sending cat food and litter. More information on how to donate is available on the organization’s website.
Animal Friends is located at 562 Camp Horne Road Pittsburgh, Pa. 15237.
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