Deputies Remove 161 Cats From Home
PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) - Animal control officers have removed 161
cats from a Florida Panhandle home.
Escambia County deputies found the animals, along with eight dead cats in a freezer, on Saturday in Pensacola.
Larry Kruger, 61, has been charged with animal cruelty.
The surviving cats were taken to the county animal shelter and euthanized. A veterinarian determined they would pose a health risk to the other animals.
Kruger is being held on $41,000 bond.
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