The Pima Animal Care Center is looking for people to adopt 57 cats and kittens that were rescued from a mobile home last month and have been nursed back to health.
The center says families who adopt the cats won't have to pay a fee and will get toys or treats as a gift.
The center's field services unit rescued the cats on Jan. 19 from a Tucson mobile home in the city's northwest area. The cats were treated for dehydration, ear infections, tumors and dental disease. They are all are now healthy, and the care center hopes they get adopted by Monday.
Spokeswoman Karen Hollish says the person who was hoarding the cats is not facing charges.