Animal rescue crews in Farmington Hills, Michigan saved more than 100 cats that were all living under one roof!
The team at the animal welfare of southeastern Michigan is housing all the cute little kitties… 143 of them to be exact.
The woman who was hoarding the cats says her kind heart brought in the cats, which were actually living in pretty good conditions.
"We have seen a lot of hoarder situations when animals were in really bad shape and couldn't purr or play. These guys definitely know how to play," declares Tamara Murawski of Animal Welfare of Southeastern Michigan.
But the sheer number of furry felines proved too much for one woman to handle.
Murawski continues, "it was just absolutely overwhelming for her."
All the cats checked out fine.
They've had all their shots and are ready to be adopted to a loving home.
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