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What began with a "welfare call" led to a "shocking discovery” in the Houston area.  Animal control officers spent hours pulling more than 130 cats from a home in deplorable condition. By Brendan Marks What began with a "welfare call" led to a "shocking discovery” in the Houston area. Animal control officers spent hours pulling more than 130 cats from a home in deplorable condition. By Brendan Marks
What began with a "welfare call" led to a "shocking discovery” in the Houston area.  Animal control officers spent hours pulling more than 130 cats from a home in deplorable condition. By Brendan Marks What began with a "welfare call" led to a "shocking discovery” in the Houston area. Animal control officers spent hours pulling more than 130 cats from a home in deplorable condition. By Brendan Marks
What began with a "welfare call" led to a "shocking discovery” in the Houston area.  Animal control officers spent hours pulling more than 130 cats from a home in deplorable condition. By Brendan Marks What began with a "welfare call" led to a "shocking discovery” in the Houston area. Animal control officers spent hours pulling more than 130 cats from a home in deplorable condition. By Brendan Marks
What began with a "welfare call" led to a "shocking discovery” in the Houston area.  Animal control officers spent hours pulling more than 130 cats from a home in deplorable condition. By Brendan Marks What began with a "welfare call" led to a "shocking discovery” in the Houston area. Animal control officers spent hours pulling more than 130 cats from a home in deplorable condition. By Brendan Marks
What began with a "welfare call" led to a "shocking discovery” in the Houston area.  Animal control officers spent hours pulling more than 130 cats from a home in deplorable condition. By Brendan Marks What began with a "welfare call" led to a "shocking discovery” in the Houston area. Animal control officers spent hours pulling more than 130 cats from a home in deplorable condition. By Brendan Marks

What began with a "welfare call" led to a "shocking discovery” in the Houston area.  Animal control officers spent hours pulling more than 130 cats from a home in deplorable condition.

Many of the cats were emaciated.

Two women, 60-year-old twin sisters, lived at the home, one of them reportedly suffering from cancer.

The filthy home reeked with such a powerful stench, deputy constables wore gas masks.

KHOU’s Doug Miller takes us inside.

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