As many as 300 cats found in a South Dakota warehouse.
Giving care to more than eighty cats is quite an undertaking, especially when Second Chance Rescue officials say eighty could very well turn into three hundred or more.
Kim Even of Second Chance says they're seeing cases of feline leukemia, scabies, ringworm, as well as respiratory infections, which second chance says all the cats suffer from.
Even says they're providing cats with all the medication they have.
"Second Chance Rescue hopes that the cats they have now will get fostered or adopted, after that they'll go back 7-10 times, rescuing as many cats as they can," said Even.
While she says it will be a lengthy process, Even says the cats they can save from sickness will be put up for adoption in a week or two.