SOUTH BOUND BROOK, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — More than 100 cats have been rescued from a home in New Jersey.

Animal Control officers found dozens of cats living in unsafe and unsanitary conditions in a home in South Bound Brook.

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St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center was called in to assist police officers after a neighbor complained about a foul smell coming from the home.

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Officers started removing the animals Wednesday, and the effort will continue Friday.

Some of the cats are being treated for malnutrition.

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The cats are being taken to shelters in Madison and Ledgewood. For adoption information, visit sthuberts.org.

CBSNewYork Team