Animal cruelty reported in Southampton; cats rescued

Cats were allegedly living in their own feces

SOUTHAMPTON, Mass. (WWLP) – Denise Sinico of the Westfield Homeless Cat Project told 22News just after noon on Thursday, they rescued nearly a dozen cats from a trailer in the woods at 49 Gunn Road.

The cats were allegedly living in their own feces and were locked inside a hot trailer with no open windows. The cats were discovered by a neighbor.

The owner of the trailer has not yet been found. The cats were taken to Blandford Animal Hospital. Their recovery is expected to cost thousands of dollars.

If you’d like to help in their recovery you can bring a donation or some canned food to 1124 East Mountain Road in Westfield.

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