TROY, N.Y.—Troy Animal Control officers were back at the scene of a house fire Friday where more than two dozen cats were found earlier in the week.
Animal control officers said they removed four more cats from the Maple Avenue home Friday.
The fire broke out Monday; first responders had a tough time getting to the fire because of the clutter inside the home.
Twenty five cats were living inside, none of them were harmed, but animal control had a tough time removing them once the fire was over.
Five cats are still at the house and non-harmful traps are set up to get the rest of them.
Animal Control said the cats are in great condition and were well cared for.