The more than 60 cats recovered in a City of Duluth hoarding situation are starting to arrive at Animal Allies.
Beginning Thursday, a number of the cats will be available for viewing and adoption at Animal Allies Duluth shelter located on Airport Road. More will be available once the organization’s medical team has finished their work.
Animal Allies’ Duluth and Superior shelters are waving the adoption fee for all cats 6 months and older in order make room for the animals found in the hoarding case. The no-fee cat adoption includes micro-chipping and registration, veterinary exam, age-appropriate vaccinations, spaying/neutering, fecal and feline leukemia/FIV testing.
“Our shelters are at full capacity for providing care for the cats and dogs currently in our adoption program,” said Sarah Ojard, Adoption Manager at Animal Allies. “The addition of another 60 plus cats from this hoarding situation is a big test of our ability to find loving homes for all of the healthy animals. We encourage the community to visit both our Duluth and Superior shelters to see the wonderful collection of cats and dogs available for adoption.”