Cats rescued from hoarding situation needing homes

NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (KNOP) - Cats are in need of homes after 21 were rescued from a hoarding situation.

At the end of October, Pawsitive Partners was contacted about a woman who had passed that had had 21 cats.

The city animal shelter took one cat, but is full and some rescues in and out of the state took a few, but they are left with seven still looking for homes.

The North Platte rescues are full so Pawsitive Partners had to temporarily rent a trailer to be able to have a place for the cats to go.

Lora Wood, a board member with Pawsitive Partners, said they need some help finding them good homes.

"It can be frustrating situation at times because you know there are good homes out there, but it's a matter of finding them. People who rent can't have pets sometimes and people who are animal lovers are usually at their limit anyway," said Wood.

Wood said you can contact Pawsitive Partners through their website or Facebook page to swing by and meet them. They are hoping to get them homes before their lease on the trailer runs out at the end of December.