SPCA Westchester rescues more cats from Yorktown home where police found couple dead

The Westchester SPCA says 136 cats total were removed, and they set traps for about 20 they think are still inside.

News 12 Staff

Feb 3, 2023, 10:51 PM

Updated 477 days ago

Share:

More than 100 cats were removed Friday from the Yorktown home where police found a couple dead earlier this week.
The Westchester SPCA says 136 cats total were removed, and they set traps for about 20 they think are still inside.
Courtesy: SPCA Westchester
SPCA staff say some of the cats are pregnant. Others have illnesses and parasites, but they're doing OK.
Courtesy: SPCA Westchester
The SPCA needs help taking care of them and is hoping to raise $40,000.
It's raised about $16,000 so far.
Courtesy: SPCA Westchester
Police haven't released the names of the couple who died or information about how they died. Investigators don't suspect foul play.
To make a donation to help the cats, click here. 
Courtesy: SPCA Westchester
Courtesy: SPCA Westchester
Courtesy: SPCA Westchester


More from News 12
0:27
Pedestrian and vehicle safety improvements to be considered in upcoming Greenburgh capital budget

Pedestrian and vehicle safety improvements to be considered in upcoming Greenburgh capital budget

1:58
STORM WATCH: Partly cloudy skies and possible stray storm Sunday in the Hudson Valley; heavy rain likely for Memorial Day

STORM WATCH: Partly cloudy skies and possible stray storm Sunday in the Hudson Valley; heavy rain likely for Memorial Day

0:39
State police: NYPD officer from Putnam Valley killed in Campbell Hall crash

State police: NYPD officer from Putnam Valley killed in Campbell Hall crash

1:37
President Biden delivers West Point commencement address

President Biden delivers West Point commencement address

Guide: 2024 Memorial Day Parades in the Hudson Valley

Guide: 2024 Memorial Day Parades in the Hudson Valley

1:43
Downtown Summer Sizzle Concert Series returns to New Rochelle

Downtown Summer Sizzle Concert Series returns to New Rochelle

1:54
African American history celebrated at Pinkster Festival in Sleepy Hollow

African American history celebrated at Pinkster Festival in Sleepy Hollow

2:08
Blood test that detects colon cancer close to receiving FDA approval

Blood test that detects colon cancer close to receiving FDA approval

0:47
Bake Back America volunteer from Scarsdale has art displayed at Adelphi University

Bake Back America volunteer from Scarsdale has art displayed at Adelphi University

1:39
Monsey family business targeted again over Israeli flag

Monsey family business targeted again over Israeli flag

1:39
Caribbean foods and culture highlighted at International Food Festival in Mount Vernon

Caribbean foods and culture highlighted at International Food Festival in Mount Vernon

0:34
Orangetown police: Man sought for approaching boy at Pearl River home

Orangetown police: Man sought for approaching boy at Pearl River home

0:33
Hudson Link's free weekend shuttle bus service for Cuomo Bridge bike path resumes this weekend

Hudson Link's free weekend shuttle bus service for Cuomo Bridge bike path resumes this weekend

0:28
Newburgh man sentenced to eight years behind bars for shooting

Newburgh man sentenced to eight years behind bars for shooting

0:27
FBI: 6 Chilean nationals charged in connection to tri-state area burglaries

FBI: 6 Chilean nationals charged in connection to tri-state area burglaries

1:28
Heavy holiday weekend travel begins in New York

Heavy holiday weekend travel begins in New York

2:22
Memorial Day ceremony in Katonah honors fallen service members

Memorial Day ceremony in Katonah honors fallen service members

1:21
Crews prep Westchester County beaches ahead of opening weekend

Crews prep Westchester County beaches ahead of opening weekend

0:48
Mount Vernon Mayor Patterson-Howard says she's back at work on hybrid basis following health incident

Mount Vernon Mayor Patterson-Howard says she's back at work on hybrid basis following health incident

1:45
Dozens attend a Memorial Day ceremony in Rockland on Friday

Dozens attend a Memorial Day ceremony in Rockland on Friday