Escondido, CA (CNS) – 14 cats are currently caring for the San Diego Humane Society after their owners have agreed to accept assistance in caring for animals.
The San Diego Humane Society’s Humane Law Enforcement Agency conducted a welfare check at a home on 1100 blocks on East Grand Avenue in Escondido and picked up 10 cats on July 16. Visit since to monitor the property for more cats.
The cat was taken to the SDHS Oceanside Campus for medical evaluation and care.
“We are very pleased with this result,” said Bill Ganley, director of humanitarian law enforcement. “The San Diego Humane Society is a resource that addresses all animal-related needs. We commend the owner for realizing that he was overwhelmed and needed help.”
Cats undergo contraceptive neutering or contraceptive neutering, are vaccinated, and are evaluated medically and behaviorally. Six cats will be returned at the request of their owners and the remaining cats will be placed for adoption when ready.
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