POMPANO BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) - Officials believe, a flooding incident at the Florida Humane Society was caused by some feline suspects last week.

Workers at the Pompano Beach facility found messy cabinets and mold after flooding occurred within the building. They believe a faucet was turned on by the center’s cats.

Carol Ebert, the president of the Florida Humane Society, said it flooded all of the rooms used by the cats.

“We figure sometime in the early afternoon, it must have come on and it flooded every room on the cat side,” said Ebert. “All eight rooms that we have, the cat room, the exam room, the quarantine room.”

The center doesn’t have surveillance footage, so there’s no way to know which of the cats did it.

The center, located on the 3800 block of North Powerline Road, is now trying to fix the water damage and is asking the public for donations. If you’d like to help, go to www.floridahumanesociety.org.

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