Muscatine Police and Animal Control rescue 23 cats from home | News


MUSCATINE, Iowa (KWWL) — The Muscatine Police Department, Humane Society, and Animal Control rescued 23 cats from an unsafe residence on Thursday.

The Muscatine Animal Control Officer responded to a criticism in regards to the 4926 Abrams Drive residence on Thursday. Further investigation revealed that the cats’ health were in danger as they were living in unsanitary conditions in the house.

A search warrant was executed on the residence. A complete of 13 cats were rescued inside and out of doors of the residence. 10 more cats were retrieved from a neighbor who had been capturing the animals to maintain them protected. One dead cat was also found.

The residence was previously occupied by Christine and Corey Loeffler – who weren’t home on the time of the search.

No charges have been filed and the investigation is ongoing.