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Hoarder's cats not ready to be adopted
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MONROE - The cats rescued from an August animal hoarding incident in Monroe still need time before they can be adopted, a representative of the Green County Humane Society said Thursday. Laci Westgard, director of public affairs, said the cats remain in isolation. Although the society has completed spaying and neutering operations, the majority of the adult cats retrieved from the hoarding house have not noticeably changed their behavior since being resettled at the shelter, Westgard said.