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Photos: SPCA Rescues 29 Cats from Hoarder in Southern Monterey County
On Tuesday, March 8, The SPCA for Monterey County rescued 29 cats and kittens from a horrific hoarding situation off Jolon Road in southern Monterey County. Click here to read their rescue story.
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Photos from March 17, 2011
A cat looks out at his rescuers.
SPCA Humane Officers arrive on scene to rescue 12 additional cats on March 17.
One of the rescued cats confined to a dilapidated camper trailer.
SPCA rescuing cats from a hoarder in Southern Monterey County.
SPCA rescuers wade through trash to rescue the cats.
SPCA Humane Officer takes a moment to comfort one of the rescued dogs.
Photos from March 9, 2011
The trailers where the cats were confined.
Four cats peer out of a trailer window.
Cats look out at their rescuers.
A cat awaits rescue by the SPCA.
A cat looks out as SPCA rescuers enter one of the trailers.
One of the cats rescued by the SPCA.
A sick cat rescued by the SPCA.
A cat confined inside a crate in one of the trailers.
This photo shows the conditions inside the crates.
A rescued cat in the safe hands of the SPCA.
SPCA Veterinarian, Dr. Carol Iida, examines one of the rescued cats.
This rescued cat is now safe at the SPCA for Monterey County.
How You Can Help
Report Animal Cruelty
Click Here to Report Animal Cruelty
Each day, SPCA Humane Officers receive reports and investigate cases of:
- Animal poisoning
- Malicious & intentional maiming
- Deprivation of food, shelter or water
- Organized dog fights
- Permitting animals to live without proper care and attention
- Animal abandonment
- Other violations of State Humane Codes
If you have concerns about an animal that is being neglected or cruelly treated, call our Humane Investigations Department at (831) 373-2631, or 422-4721 ext. 213 or click the link below to submit your report online. All reports are confidential.