FAYETTE COUNTY (KDKA) — The Uniontown home was so unbearable that police had to wear protective suits when they went inside.
Uniontown police were called to a home on Bierer Avenue in Uniontown Monday afternoon for a disturbance.READ MORE: Study: Men Prefer Virtual Visits For Doctor's Appointments
However, when they went inside, they found garbage and animals everywhere.
The smell was unbearable as police recovered 28 cats, nine dogs and one ferret.
As one cat lingered in the backyard, they had to set traps to catch the remaining cats.
The house was condemned and the owner not allowed back inside until the house is cleaned up.READ MORE: Paperless Ticketing Leads To Long Lines Outside Heinz Field Ahead Of Steelers Game
The owner is expected to face charges after police finish their investigation.
“They immediately noticed feces packed on floor and had to leave,” says Lieutenant Thomas Kolencik of the Uniontown Police Department.
As for the animals, they are being housed at the Fayette County SPCA.
The animals found will be available for adoption by the end of the week at the Fayette County SPCA.MORE NEWS: CDC Advisers Set To Meet To Discuss COVID-19 Boosters