Mid-Hudson Valley firefighters obtained greater than they bargained for to battle a two-alarm blaze in Orange County: practically 100 cats, based on a report.
The animals are believed to be a part of an “excessive hoarding scenario” on the house the place the hearth broke out on Thursday afternoon, the Woodbury Animal Shelter wrote on Fb.
“Final night time the Woodbury Animal Shelter was referred to as in to assist with a horrific home hearth,” the shelter stated.
“It was an excessive hoarding scenario and there have been most likely near 100 cats residing in that home. The firefighters have been completely superb and rescued the cats that have been residing in cages in the home,”
A few of the cats have been delivered to the shelter and wish medical consideration, based on the shelter, however not all the cats have been rescued.
“These cats are actually in our shelter and can all want medical consideration. Luckily, many cats that have been on the unfastened have been capable of escape and can quickly be trapped. We don’t know presently what number of cats perished within the hearth,” based on the Fb publish.
The Woodbury Fireplace Division advised ABC7 the situation of the house hampered their efforts to place out the blaze.
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