MUNCIE, Ind. — Muncie Animal Care and Services is still facing a cat crisis.
The shelter is still overcrowded after they posted about having over 350 cats at the end of July.
In hopes that more cats find homes they’re offering $5 cat adoptions through September.
Monday, Lindsey Whitesel, a worker at MACS, told the Muncie Star Press the shelter has 129 kittens and 164 cats. That’s almost 300 cats with more coming in daily.
Cats up for adoption are spayed or neutered, current on vaccines, have been tested, and come with a complimentary wellness exam.
However, if a cat isn’t for you, you can still help by donating cat litter, adult cat and kitten food, wet food and newspaper.
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