Cats overrun Florida house

July 27, 2004 at 4:46 PM

PALM BAY, Fla., July 27 (UPI) -- Complaints from neighbors led police in Palm Bay, Fla., to a home covered with feces and trash and filled with about 40 cats.

WKMG-TV in Orlando, Fla., reported Tuesday when officers entered the home, they found a woman in her 90s sleeping on a mattress in the house that reeked of car urine.

"You can smell it at the bottom of the road about 30 feet out," Sgt. David Weber told the TV station.

"There's almost 3 inches of cat feces all over the house," a neighbor told WKMG-TV. "People shouldn't live there and it's certainly not any more sanitary for the animals either. I really question the procedures that are in place to allow something like that to happen."

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