Dozens of cats moving in and out of holes on roof taken from KCMO home

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Dozens of cats were found roaming in a south Kansas City house on Friday. City Spokesman, Chris Hernandez, said there were between 25 and 30 cats found inside the house.

Some appeared to be malnourished. The cats were going in and out of the house through holes on the roof. Hernandez also said there were more than 20 dead cats found in the home.

The homeowner told Fox 4 she hasn't lived in the house for a long time, but she did come back to feed the cats. She said the cats were feral, and came from neighboring abandoned houses.

Neighbors said they called to complain, and in some cases cats were even getting into their homes. Hernandez said the homeowner will be cited for multiple violations.

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