Kitten season sees boom as pandemic means less spaying, neutering, Triad cat rescue says

Project Pet

It’s the second year in a row of non-stop litters of kittens being born, and some rescues are overwhelmed.

Amy Rizzola, the director of Triad Independent Cat Rescue said, “All the ferals are having babies, and I’m getting 10 e-mails a day, people finding kittens.”

How are they dealing with the population explosion?  That’s today’s Project Pet!

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