The Marin Humane Society said the large group was dumped in cardboard boxes outside the shelter in the middle of the night.READ MORE: Vigil Set for Saturday in Santa Rosa to Bring Attention to Search for Missing Mom
Surveillance footage shows a vehicle pulling up to the shelter, and three people offloading the boxes of cats with a note asking the shelter to find them homes.
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“No one will be held liable, or be in trouble for abandoning the cats, but we’re hopeful the responsible party will get in touch with us to provide the needed information,” HMS said in a statement.
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More than 130 tuxedo cats have been abandoned at the shelter over the last four years, and none appear to have been spayed or neutered.