Twenty cats found left behind in a foreclosed home in Rainier are in need of loving homes.
Olympia realtor Darcy Eggeman and a co-worker took in the cats and kittens and opened a mini shelter to find homes for them.
Eggeman had rescued 30 cats but nine of them were put down after county animal services deemed them too sick to save.
The rest of the cats are being given check-ups and good food - many are pretty skinny.
One of the females gave birth to three kittens and those babies will be up for adoption as soon as they are old enough.
If you can't adopt, you can donate to help pay for the care of the cats and kittens.
If you'd like to help, visit The Cats Left Behind Web site.