Animal Control Rescues Nearly Three Dozen Cats From Baltimore Shelter
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BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Baltimore City Animal Control rescued nearly three dozen cats from a local animal shelter.
Animal Control received numerous complaints about Charm City Animal Rescue on Hudson Street in Southeast Baltimore.
On Wednesday, they executed a search warrant at the property.
Inside they found unsanitary conditions, including a strong smell of animal waste, unclean litter boxes and more than a dozen sick cats.
Officers say the sick cats were being kept in the same cages as the healthy cats.
In all, 35 cats were rescued.
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