32 cats from one household need medical attention after being abandoned

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Dozens of Tewksbury house cats need medical attention after being handed over to MSPCA

Nearly three dozen cats rescued from a Massachusetts home will need to undergo medical treatment before they are available for adoption, the MSPCA said. Thirty-two cats living in a home in Tewksbury were handed over to Nevins Farm on February 22 after their owner became overwhelmed and could no longer care for them. Cats range in age from 6 months to about 10 years old. Veterinary examinations revealed that all but three of the cats had upper respiratory infections, and all had painful, itchy mites and periodontal disease. “Additionally, the majority of them suffered severe and irreversible eye changes from untreated infections, including eyelids stuck to corneas and old ulcers, and some lost at least one eye.” , said Meaghan O’Leary, chief operating officer of the MSPCA. at Nevins Farm. The cats’ medical needs are expected to reach $10,000 and Nevins Farm officials are hoping donors can help defray the costs. Once the cats are available, potential adopters will be able to apply online. A further 59 cats living in the house were taken to other aid agencies, as well as Tewksbury Animal Control.

Nearly three dozen cats rescued from a Massachusetts home will need to undergo medical treatment before they are available for adoption, the MSPCA said.

Thirty-two cats living in a home in Tewksbury were handed over to Nevins Farm on February 22 after their owner became overwhelmed and could no longer care for them. Cats range in age from 6 months to about 10 years old.

Veterinary examinations revealed that all but three of the cats had upper respiratory infections, and all had painful, itchy mites and periodontal disease.

“Additionally, the majority of them suffered severe and irreversible eye changes from untreated infections, including eyelids stuck to corneas and old ulcers, and some lost at least one eye.” , said Meaghan O’Leary, chief operating officer of the MSPCA. at Nevins Farm.

The cats’ medical needs are expected to reach $10,000 and officials at Nevins Farm I hope donors can help with the costs.

Once the cats are made available, adoption candidates can apply online.

A further 59 cats living in the house were taken to other aid agencies, as well as Tewksbury Animal Control.

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