Over forty cats have been rescued from the sweltering heat in Minnesota after they were found in a parked car, with their owner.
The owner who had become homeless didn't want to leave his feline friends behind, took all forty-seven cats, and was living with them in his car.
The man and his cats were discovered on Tuesday (local time) by the Animal Humane Society.
ABC News reported Animal Humane Society investigator Ashley Pudas said: "Unfortunately, with the heat, he recognized that it was above and beyond what he was capable of at this time and he let us help them out."
Animal Humane Society posted on Facebook that despite the extreme heat and unsanitary living conditions, the cats are in relatively good health.
The post also said: "It will take days, if not weeks to provide the ongoing care each animal needs."
All forty seven cats have been put up for adoption.