Organization hosting record amount of kittens

Amazing-CatsThe Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society (AARCS) is housing over 300 kittens— according to organization officials— which represents a record high and over-capacity total.

To mitigate this problem AARCS is putting on an cat and kitten adopt-a-thon to adopt cats and kittens Aug.16 , starting at 11 a.m.

"We do have cat adoption events every couple of months," says Katie Ayres, AARCS's operations manager. "But this time we are really at a place where we can't take in any more cats or help anymore until we get some pretty big numbers adopted."

The cats housed at AARCS were not spade or neutered, were having kittens that were unwanted and were hanging around looking for food in various places because they were starving.

A reason for this event is to make room for new kittens in order to help other stray cats.

For more information on the event , visit the AARCS website.

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