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INDIANAPOLIS–They are in urgent need of help from the public. 

That’s what Indianapolis Animal Care Services (IASC) is saying that because they have run out of space and cannot house more animals. 

They have 842 animals in their care, 430 of which are dogs. Since January 1, 689 new animals have come in, but only 224 animals have been adopted. 

Adoptions are free until the end of January.  The shelter just asks that you bring in an item from their donation list, here. 

Adoptions include the spay/neuter, vaccinations, microchip and heartworm testing. 

You can also apply to be a short-term foster family here.  

If you need to give up your pet, you can contact Indy CARES, a not-for-profit program run by IACS staff and volunteers.