The KC Pet Project said it was taking in between 100-150 cats and kittens that were seized during a hoarding investigation at a Northland apartment complex.

Animal control officers went to the site after a concerned citizen contacted them with a tip.

The KC Pet Project said many of the cats are ill and need extensive medical treatment. Some of the cats are also pregnant. The shelter’s veterinary staff will assess all of the cats to see how many of them are healthy and can eventually be adopted.

The shelter asked the public to consider making a tax-deductible donation to help care for the cats and other animals at the shelter. Donations can be made online or at the shelter at 4400 Raytown Road, Kansas City, Mo, 64129.

The public can also drop off containers of unscented clumping cat litter, large wire crates and gift cards from Petco and PetSmart at the shelter, the Zona Rosa location at 7351 NW 87th Ter, or the Petco Pet Adoption Center north of Oak Park Mall on 95th Street in Overland Park.