SPCA Westchester gathers funds to care for over 100 cats removed from Yorktown home
The SPCA Westchester is still gathering funds to care for more than 100 cats removed from a Yorktown home where police found a couple dead last week.
It says nonprofit Selz Foundation will match all gifts up to $20,000.
The SPCA is also looking for anyone with experience fostering pregnant cats and kittens who need to be bottle fed.
At the same time, Posh Pets Rescue says it's working a hoarding case in Yonkers that also had more than 150 cats found.
Volunteers say it was heartbreaking meeting the cats all piled on top of each other, living in one small room.
They say the cats were in good shape and clearly loved by their owners, but a few unspayed and unneutered cats turned into an uncontrollable situation.
Posh Pets says it's slowly started removing cats and getting them the care they need.
They say you can help by fostering or donating toward veterinary care because their bill is already in the thousands with more to come.