Remaining cats from hoarder home need families

2013-05-28T00:00:00Z Remaining cats from hoarder home need families
May 28, 2013 12:00 am

Please help us! Seven cats about 3 to 4 years old are in need of loving homes! They have been living at Hanover Veterinary Hospital since December.

They are current on their shots, fixed, love each other and other cats, and just need to learn it's OK to love humans.

They were rescued from deplorable conditions in a house with more than 100 brothers and sisters (already placed).

After almost two years, we are down to the last of the gang that need that special person to work on their shyness and socialization. Euthanasia is not an option after all that they have been through and survived!

If you can help, please contact Laura at Hanover Veterinary Clinic, (219) 374-9443 or visit them at 12515 Wicker Ave., Cedar Lake.

- Deanne Dzikowski, Schererville

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