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Animal rescue workers save 90 cats from condemned home

A group made up of several animal lovers took it upon themselves to rescue 90 cats from a condemned apartment, and are now looking for people to adopt them, CBS 6 reports.

The 20 concerned citizens, originally banded together via Facebook, and created the Orange Street Cats Facebook page to help raise awareness about the felines and the need for finding them a home.

"[There were] discarded containers of empty cat litter, litter boxes overflowing with excrement," Lara DeLaMater, one of the organizers of the group, told the news source. "No water bowls, no food bowls, just scared and sick animals trying to survive."

The rescuers have covered all medical costs for the animals, and have been reaching out to their community, appealing to those who love to help animals and are looking for a new furry friend.

According to the Humane Society, six to eight million cats and dogs are cared for by rescue shelters every year in the United States.ADNFCR-2796-ID-19929344-ADNFCR
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