Alone in her house living with a dozen cats in total filth while the health care system is incapable of offering her the appropriate care.
In the video uploaded to Facebook by Jessica Grenier, three kittens are seen crying, two are barely responsive and the third is crawling around. Grenier is visibly upset by what she’s filming and says she’s seen this happen before, but is not allowed to take the animals home because they’re considered a lost cause.
130 cats, 3 litter boxes discovered in Cox’s Cove home What began as an assessment of a home reportedly housing a few dozen cats ended in the discovery of an extreme cat hoarding situation in a small town on the west coast of Newfoundland. Janice Higgins, president of Scaredy Cat Rescue in Corner Brook, N.L., says she and other volunteers discovered at least 100 cats during a routine visit to a home in Cox’s Cove. “We discovered cats that are malnourished, that are suffering severe flea infestations,” Higgins told CBC’s St. John’s Morning Show.