'I ended up in a crazy situation,' says B.C. man with more than 200 cats now in SPCA care

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More than 200 cats and kittens will be moved from a single property in northern British Columbia to the care of the B.C. Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in one of the society’s largest intakes of rescued animals in recent years, it says.

Eileen Drever, senior officer with the society, says the B.C. SPCA became involved after a request for assistance from the animals’ guardian, who said he was feeling overwhelmed with his situation.

“We sent staff out to his property. And when asked how many cats he had, I think he said it was like counting bubbles in boiling water,”

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