SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) -- Animal control workers have removed a total of about 50 cats and carcasses from a house in Sioux City.
Cindy Rarrat, of Sioux City Animal Adoption & Rescue Center, says conditions inside the house Monday were unbearable and unfit for humans or animals.
Law officers executed a search warrant around 4:30 p.m. Monday, and workers started removing the animals. No one was home.
Neighbors say no one has lived in the home for a couple of months.
The hungry, thirsty cats were taken to the rescue center.
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