GREENSBURG, Pa. - Neighbors in Westmoreland County are being hailed as heroes after helping save several animals’ lives.
People who live along Beacon Valley Road in Greensburg called the Humane Society after a woman moved out and left her eight cats behind.
Humane officers said they found the cats inside the house suffering from dehydration. They said they also found a dead cat, pig and iguana.
Officers said Amanda Rubus will be cited. She will also have to pay the cats’ medical bills.
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