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Casper Humane Society seeing an increase of cats and kittens

a kitten in their cage at the Casper Humane Society
a kitten in their cage at the Casper Humane Society(Haley Roedder)
Published: Jul. 28, 2021 at 5:15 PM CDT
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CASPER, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - The Casper Humane Society is seeing an increase of cats and kittens this summer.

The director of the humane society says adoptions are happening less often now than they were during the peak of the pandemic, but they are consistent with years before. Both the Metro Animal Shelter and the Casper Humane Society say they are running low on space for cats.

All the cat and kitten cages are currently occupied at the shelter.

“So because we are a no-kill shelter when all of our spaces are full we have to start working from a wait list, so we do have a wait list of people that are patiently waiting to bring cats and kittens into the shelter so as one gets adopted out it opens up a space for one to come in,” said Craig Cummings, the director at the Casper Humane Society.

To see animals available for adoption, click here.

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