LANSING, Mich. (WILX) – The massive cat rescue at Mill Pond Town is continuous.
The Capital Location Humane Society has actually been helping Mill Pond Town for numerous months with its cat overpopulation issue. The shelter invested Tuesday spaying and neutering 26 felines that were caught overnight.
The felines will be required to a Capital Location Humane Society center to be purified, neutered, microchipped and immunized. The shelter stated the friendly felines will be readily available for adoption, while the felines that are owned or do not receive adoption will be gone back to Mill Pond Town.
You can contribute to the Capital Location Humane Society here. More details on the shelter and animals readily available can be discovered on its main site here.
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