A no-kill rescue group is under investigation after county animal care and control workers removed 23 live cats and the skeletal remains of two cats from a rotting home in Lake Worth Tuesday.
Investigators confirmed that the home is owned by Linda Davis, a longtime employee of the Boynton Beach shelter 'Save a Dog, Save a Cat,' or SADSAC.
Authorities believe Davis was hospitalized, leaving the animals alone in the home.
They're also calling this a tragic case of 'animal hoarding.'
Workers with Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control arrived at the around 7 p.m. Tuesday and worked into the night sifting through filth to find animals in bad shape..." More & photos (graphic)