House Of Filth: Nearly 100 Cats Found In NJ Home - wcbstv.com SPCA spokesman Matthew Stanton said there was 2 feet of feces in one room of the home on Farm Road in Chester Township. Investigators wore masks to help them breathe through the stench of urine, Stanton said. "The conditions were absolutely horrific - there wasn't one inch of the house that wasn't covered in feces or urine," SPCA Lt. Rick Yocum says. "There were three foot piles of feces in the hallways. "It was one of the worst houses I've ever entered into," Yocum says. Twenty felines were taken to a veterinarian on Thursday. The remaining animals were expected to be removed Friday. "These people are not horrible people - their lifestyle went out of control," Yocum says. "She's obviously a hoarder." "For hoarders, the animal is the most important thing," SPCA Superintendent Frank Rizzo says. "More important than their own health." The SPCA will spend the next two weeks finding homes for the remaining 70 cats still inside, while these rescued cats are being treated for upper respiratory problems. Oughton has been charged with 93 counts of improperly sheltering an animal. Investigators say they don't want any jail time because they realize this was simply a good deed that got out of hand. For anyone interested in adopting any of the cats, visit the New Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals at NJSPCA - The New Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. i get aggravated when my cat even goes to the litter box, lol. how could a person live in that house?