CAÑON CITY, Colo. (CBS4) – The Humane Society of Fremont County says they had to remove 51 cats from a home in Cañon City.

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The organization was alerted to the home when they saw a post on Facebook from the homeowner saying her cats needed to go because she was being evicted.

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The woman surrendered the cats to the Humane Society. It took two truckloads and two trips to get all of them out of the house.

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One neighbor was stunned.

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“At that point I thought, ‘Oh my gosh, here’s got to be a lot of cats.’ We never knew it,” said Judy Rucker.

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Officials say the cats are both adults and kittens; four are pregnant.

Right now, the Humane Society is trying to pair the kittens with their rightful mothers.

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The organization says they will eventually be up for adoption.