Hoarders Finally Goes Too Far. Find out How Many Whats This Lady Had Where!
At this point, I’m officially done with Hoarders. Like Done, Done!
When it comes to animals in these hoarder houses, I usually go from feeling sad for the hoarder to getting mad. In this episode this woman was obsessed with cats. We’ve seen this before on hoarders right? Wrong! We’ve never seen it like this.
The lady’s name is Terry and she says she is fascinated with cats,
“I really feel like the reason I collect cats is that I have this feeling in me that I’m helping save something,”
Here is where you go from feeling sad to getting angry. You see cat-poo and sick cats walking around in the background. As you get angry you don’t realize it’s a little too early. There is still plenty to get angry about. Terry says she has about 50 cats…but like most hoarders she is underestimating the number. She is only counting the live ones. There are about 75 or 80 that we don’t know about.
She reveals she has stored cats after they die, in her refrigerator. Yep! Terry says,
“I probably have, in frozen and refrigerated cats, between 75 and 100 — if not more,”
Terry thought that she could store the cats until it was time to cremate them. She never got around to cremating them, and she was wrong regarding the storage. Unlike we see on TV, the refrigerator is no place to store dead animals or bodies. It simply isn’t cold enough and the more you stuff it, the harder it is to freeze its contents. The Hoarders team learns this the hardway and reveals that some of the cats had liquefied.
When I heard that I was like:
Terry broke down as most of the hoarders do. She said,
“I can’t even say anymore that I love animals ’cause I treated them so horrible,”
I’m done with hoarders. If you want to see the episode you can watch it online. But beware. You just might be done after watching as well. Here’s the link…if you dare.