Authorities remove dozens of cats from freezer at Wisconsin home

Dozens of cats found in freezer were removed from Monroe home

Authorities made a gruesome discovery after a search warrant was executed Thursday at a Monroe, Wisconsin home. After confiscating more than 50 live cats from the residence earlier in the week, 35 kittens and six cats were found dead in a freezer, along with a dead cat found in the garage.

National Cat Examiner first broke the news on August 17.

Police Chief Fred Kelley reported one of the cats removed on Monday was in such poor condition it had to be humanely euthanized.

A hearing was held Friday at Green County Circuit Court to decide whether charges will be made and to decide the future of the surviving cats.

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