Due to a “very sad hoarding situation” in Toronto, over 100 cats are currently in need of foster homes.
According to Toronto Cat Rescue (TCR), over 100 cats were found living in one home and were removed over the weekend and brought into the organization’s care.
The TCR called the situation “dire.”
“While the cats were in transit they were definitely scared and did not understand what was going on,” wrote the TCR, in a Facebook post.
“Imagine how disorienting it must be to live with so many felines, only to find yourself inside a cat carrier, and then placed into a new home?”
TCR said all the cats need to be spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and dewormed, including two pregnant mothers and their babies.
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The TCR is currently looking for donations to help care for the cats and manage the situation, and also for prospective cat owners who are looking to adopt.
So if you’ve been thinking of getting a new furry friend, you should consider adopting one of these adorable felines from the TCR. If interested, visit the shelter’s website to fill out an application.