Salina Animal Shelter overfull after animal seizure

KSN News (file)
KSN News

SALINA, Kansas – The Salina Animal Shelter was full before thirteen animals were brought in. Now they need help with supplies.

Donations for cats are the most needed items. Cat litter and food is being asked for by the shelter. With the overflow of animals, some cats are being kept in a recovery room in the shelter, normally reserved for injured animals.

Captain Mike Sweeney of the Salina Police Department said the overcrowding situation has gotten worse for the shelter after bringing in confiscated animals on Wednesday.

“We have seized the pigs because they’re not supposed to be in the city, and then also the excess amount of cats,” said Sweeney.

The shelter is reducing the price of cat adoptions by half while the shelter is full.

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