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80 Ginger Tabbies Rescued From Hoarding Situation in Ohio

by Cattitude Daily

If you’re anything like me, then you have a soft spot in your heart for ginger tabbies. It’s these kindhearted kitties that have captivated the hearts of cat lovers worldwide. For 80 orange cats crammed into a single home in Summit County out of Ohio, they’re here to tell the tale after being brought to safety thanks to the Humane Society of Summit County.

This orange clowder of cats are reportedly social kitties, and every single one of them is indeed some variation of orange. There are solid orange tabbies as well as ginger tabbies with white markings. These friendly ginger tabbies are in search of forever homes—and due to the massive intake of cats all at once, the shelter needs help finding them loving homes.

The Humane Society of Summit County reported the recent influx of ginger tabbies to their Facebook page this Monday, saying that:

Add a Little Pumpkin to Your Family this Fall! 🍂🐱 🐱🐱🍂

Over the past few weeks, the HSSC has rescued 80 cats from a single home, many of whom are orange! Several of the cats are now available for adoption and can’t wait to find their forever families!

With cats and kittens coming into our care each and every day, we need your help. Adopt today!
Do you have room for a new little pumpkin in your patch? Contact our adoption counselors at (234) 212-9843 or adoptions@summithumane.org to schedule your adoption appointment!
View our adoptable cats at www.summithumane.org/cats

If you are interested in adopting cats that were a part of this large rescue effort, look for cats named after countries of the world! More cats will be available daily, so check back!

Akron Beacon Journal reports that,

“More cats from this group are being made available for adoption each day as they complete necessary veterinary treatment and other preparations.”

I’d like to give a special “thank you” to the good folks at the Humane Society of Summit County for giving these cats the second chance they deserved. Animal hoarding is a serious issue, and I can only hope that the person that was keeping this many cats in their care can get the help they need.

All Images Courtesy of Humane Society of Summit County

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