100 cats found in Central Florida home

Brevard homeowner says things got out of hand


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MELBOURNE, Fla. - One hundred cats were found living with a woman inside a West Melbourne home, Brevard County Animal Services said.

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A strong smell of feces and urine led animal services to the Parker Road home on Wednesday, according to officials.

Animal Services told News 6 that plenty of food, water and litter boxes were found at the home.  The woman told Animal Services that things just got out of hand and didn't know what to do.

No charges have been filed.

Officials will spay and neuter the cats and find them new homes.

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An investigation is ongoing.

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