SPCA rescues animals from Sayre St. home
By Harold McNeil
News Staff Reporter

SPCA Animal Rescue workers Thursday removed 32 cats, many of them in poor health, from a urine- and feces-littered house at 33 Sayre St. in Buffalo’s Riverside neighborhood.

Lindsey M. Styborski, an investigator with the SPCA Serving Erie County, said the cats were seized after the agency was issued a search warrant to enter a rear apartment in the two-story house.

“We received a complaint about the supposed caretaker of the property tossing dead cats in a lot, bodies of cats. So, we came out right away. I was here within 20 minutes, and when I started doing my preliminary investigation, what I saw through the window was feces everywhere and the sick cats. I immediately went to the judge and got a warrant,” Styborski said

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