WOLCOTT \u2014 An untimely death investigation on Saturday morning led officers to a house filled with \u201cdozens and dozens\u201d of live cats, several dead ones and a dog in \u201cvery bad health,\u201d according to police chief. Officers responded to a Spring Road home for a medical assist call around 11 a.m. Saturday. Police Chief Edward Stephens said it ended up being an untimely death. He said the death does not appear suspicious at this time, but police are awaiting autopsy results. While officers were at the home, Stephens said, they noticed the house \u201cin complete disarray, with a horrible stench.\u201d Stephens said animal control officers responded and found 53 cats, 12 of which were dead, and a dog in very bad health. He said all the animals were removed from the home and taken to see a veterinarian. The fire marshal, building inspector and health department responded to inspect the home, which Stephens said was condemned. He said charges of animal cruelty are expected to be filed at the conclusion of the police investigation.