LAS VEGAS -- Neighbors are complaining about issues surrounding a severe case of cat hoarding in the northwest part of the Las Vegas valley.
The city of Las Vegas has stepped in and spent thousand of dollars to clean up cat feces and other damage. Neighbors want something done about their properties.
Neighbors say at times the smell is unbearable but progress has been made. A trailer has been brought in to store some of the 71-year-old homeowner's belongings while the city cleans up the house.
Neighbors on either side of the home say they want their properties cleaned up too. From the sidewalk, the damage inside 1417 Lucaccini Lane, which is near Ft. Apache Road and Charleston Boulevard, is obvious.
The drywall has been taken out and along with almost everything else. Since June, crews have been cleaning up the mess left behind by as many as 200 cats.
Cindy Miller bought the home next door.