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Hundreds of cats removed from 'crazy cat house'

Published On: Mar 26 2014 03:37:01 PM CDT   Updated On: Mar 27 2014 10:32:18 AM CDT
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A self-proclaimed "Crazy Cat Lady" had over 300 felines removed from her "crazy cat house."

Pennsylvania SPCA Humane Law Enforcement Officers have been removing the cats from the woman's home in the Frankford section of Philadelphia, according to NBC 10 News.

A sign on theĀ front door of the home reads, "I'm the Crazy Cat Lady. And this is the crazy cat house." This is may be a possible reference to the Simpson's TV show Crazy Cat Lady character.

About 260 cats are in the process of being removed from the home. This comes after officers found dozens of other felines during an earlier visit. SPCA workers estimate the total number of cats to be more than 300.

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