A dozen cats died in fire at home housing animal rescue animals

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An early morning fire in Rostraver Township, Pennsylvania, killed a dozen cats at a home housing rescue animals. As reported by TribLive, the fire broke out last Friday at a house along Route 51 near Vernon Drive.

The blaze killed 12 cats who were part of Wendy Kramer’s nonprofit, Angels Journey Home Animal Rescue. According to the news agency, Kramer was able to save 12 dogs and 20 cats who were also inside of the house. Kramer said:

“The house is completely gone, but I was able to rent a motel room to bring the animals. The most important thing I need right now is someone who has a heated barn where I can place an older goat that I rescued.”

After the fire, HosPaws and Animal Friends of Youngwood stepped up to help care for the surviving animals. Foster homes are still needed, reports TribLive; anyone interested in taking in a displaced animal is asked to call 412-680-0393.

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