Sometimes cat lovers find themselves in the situation when they have so many pets that they can no longer take care of them. It usually starts with a few rescued cats from the street. Then, because the felines aren't spayed or neutered, their number drastically increases. In the end, the situation becomes overwhelming That's exactly what happened to a man who had as many as 90 cats under his roof, as reported by the CBC.

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The man's family didn't know he had so many pets

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Clearly, the owner of the felines had not told his family about the incredible number of cats he was housing. So, when he passed away, his relatives were left in the lurch. Not knowing what to do with the cats, they contacted a humane society for help.

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The Canadian Animal Task Force (CATF) agreed to help them out. But they expected to take in 30 cats, not 90!

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Expensive vet care

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CATF Director RJ Bailot wrote on Facebook, "They will need to be spayed or neutered, vaccinated and treated for parasites. Others will require more extensive veterinary care such as dental work. Each of these cats deserves the opportunity to receive the care they need and we are committed to making that happen."

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In order to cover all these expenses, the shelter asked for donations on Facebook. They made it clear that any help would be welcome.

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Touched by this situation, many Internet users have made donations, which was a lifesaver for CATF.

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The humane society explained that once the veterinary care was received, the cats would be distributed to various organizations to help them find a new home.

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Source: cbc.ca

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