Landlords Beware: Cats Turns Brooklyn Apartment Into Kitty Sex Palace


It all began with just two kittens five years ago.

A Brooklyn, New York woman bought a little kitty and brought it home to her one-bedroom apartment.

Then she took another kitten in off the mean streets of New York.

Let’s just say, the two cats hit it off. I mean, REALLY hit it off!

So much so that five years later, when welfare officials answered a call for help from the lady, they discovered, to their surprise, 25 cats and 10 kittens.

And, the cats were not through with their experiment in New York apartment breeding. Said one official from the American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, “If the situation is let go, six months from now, we could see over 100 cats.”

Here’s another reason to know who your tenants are!

Absentee landlords beware; you too might be running a cat sex ring!


About Author

Charles is currently reporting for KNX Radio in Los Angeles, is the co-author of the book No Time To Think, and can be found commenting about the news on his blog, The Feldman Blog, as well as on The Huffington Post.


  1. And we all thought rabbits were overly active in this category. The cats probably got into the ‘ol mans Viagra and went to town.

  2. I wonder if the cats have a catnip problem too. Why would this lady not start adopting them out and getting the first cats fixed? This is not exactly a difficult problem to deal with if you have half a brain.


  3. Charles,
    A short, yet powerful article.

    There are so many problems that can arise when a landlord does not do regular inspections of their properties.

    The problem could be cats, a marijuana grow house, damage to the property, etc.

    It is best to schedule periodic inspections of the property, that way, problems like these can be avoided.

    Best Regards,

  4. Enforced rules and inspections are a must if someone is a landlord. Also lowering the cost of spaying/neutering could help the problem for people who say that they can’t afford it.

  5. Emma is correct; cats need to be spayed or neutered. Please consider checking out adopting these types of cats and kittens out to no kill shelters. The best scenario is when cats of any age can be adopted by tenants in the building or in the neighborhood. All cats should have a forever home.

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