The Kansas Humane Society now has more space to care for more animals this summer after a special adoption event Saturday. All kittens and cats were given away for free to good homes.
In addition to the free adoption, the felines were also spayed or neutered, microchipped and given a five pound bag of food.
“This saves us $100, we have to come today,” said Jan Wolcott whose daughter wanted to adopt a cat.
Potential pet owners filled the shelter Saturday to bring home a furry feline.
“It has really generated a great response. We are full of people. It’s truly amazing,” said Karla Hartlep with the Kansas Humane Society.