LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18) — Lexington animal welfare agencies are seeking homes for dozens of cats seized recently in from a home.
Lexington-Fayette Animal Care and Control took in more than 100 cats about a week ago after they were found in a home. The Lexington Humane Society has been treating the animals, offering spaying and neutering as well a microchipping.
Now, they are looking for homes. Several of the animals are available immediately. Others will be made available as they are treated.
LHS is looking for foster parents as well as full adopting parents for the cats.
The group is also running a $5,000 donation matching event.
LHS can be contacted at 606-224-0850 or 859-233-004 ext. 231
Donations can be made here.
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