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Dozens of cats rescued from Seaside home up for adoption

Saturday, June 01, 2013
 Seventy-five dead kittens and 51 live cats were found on two 
properties in Seaside on Tuesday.

(SPCA for Monterey County)

Dozens of cats rescued from deplorable conditions inside a Seaside home last summer are now up for adoption.

Last July the Monterey County SPCA rescued 51 cats and discovered 113 deceased kittens in two properties occupied by a woman and her adult daughter.

The daughter, Donna Johnson, was sentenced to 20 days in county jail and three years probation. She's also been mandated to attend court-ordered counseling. The restitution hearing is pending.

The 45 remaining cats are now available for adoption. YouTube video posted by the SPCA show the cats in happier conditions.

If you're interested in adopting one of the cats, click here.

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