MADISON, NJ -  After their owner passed away, nearly 50 cats were removed from a Trenton home by the Trenton Humane Law Enforcement and Animal Services, said authorities.

After a family member released custody of the animals, the cats were removed from the home and transported to St. Hubert’s Noah’s Ark facility in Ledgewood. The animals will be medically evaluated and when ready for adoption, will be transferred to St. Hubert's shelter in Madison. 

“This rescue was a swift, collaborative effort between Trenton Humane Law Enforcement and St. Hubert’s,” said Chris Schindler, VP of Field Services at Humane Rescue Alliance/St. Hubert’s. “We thank everyone at Trenton Humane Law Enforcement, and look forward to finding these cats new loving homes.”

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