Police Remove More Than 30 Cats From Home

KALAMAZOO TWP. (WWJ/AP) – At least 30 kittens and cats have been removed from a West Michigan home.

Police took the felines Friday from the home on Briar Place in Kalamazoo Township because their owner had lost control of them, according to a report by MLive.com.

Police say they responded to the home after a neighbor had complained about the large number of cats outside the house.

The township allows no more than three cats for each household.

Sgt. Stephen Rickey said the cats’ owner voluntarily gave them to authorities and that Kalamazoo County’s animal services office likely will put them up for adoption.

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