Kitten Season Is Here


Office kitties ,  Dove and Pearl 
My humane society is so full of kitties that we are overflowing and could use some adoptions. Over the last couple months , we have had cats just dumped on the property only for the staff to find them later. One cat gave us kittens after we rescued her from a local kill shelter , one cat came with kittens and one cat is about to have kittens. Being a no kill this is extremely hard on us and the cats we already had. 
With more kittens and cats , we have to put them somewhere. This causes our other cats to stress out due to lack in space. When cats get stressed they have more of a chance of immune systems going down. Our cats can sometimes start losing hair, hiding instead of being social, many fights start to break out and they become unhappy. The Owensboro Humane Society has to move the cats to different rooms to relieve some of this stress. We have a kitty building, a kitty room the office and our tack room occupied. 


Right now our office is full of kittens. 
Office Kittens 


Office kitty Oliver 

We have kitties of all ages from 10 weeks - 10 yrs, all colors, males , females, and sizes. 

We still have Gussie and Gabbie. 

Molly and Helen are still available 


I know our facility isn't the only one by kitten season. Many shelters across the US are having the same problem. Kitten season could be stopped by owners having their cats spayed or neutered. Male cats are just as important to have neutered as females are to get spayed. 

The Owensboro Humane Society is located in Owensboro Ky. We are a Non Profit, No Kill that is ran solely on donations of the public. We do not receive money from the state , city, county or national HSUS. 

If you are interested in any of the kitties you see here, you can contact us at 270-302-6813 or by email 







5 comments:

  1. It is that time of year :-( Sharing!

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  2. They are all so adorable! Thanks for joining the blog hop!

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  3. You are from the midwest like our mom! Mom came from Indiana, and so did Milita.

    Kittens are really adorable. I'd just ask potential adopters to consider the fact that the cute little kittens will grow into adult kitties. It's sad when they are returned when they grow up. I feel adopting a pet is a lifetime commitment.

    I really hope lots of kittens and adult kitties find homes soon!

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  4. They are beautiful! I'll share this.

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  5. Oh yes, it's kitten season everywhere! Our local shelters and rescues are feeling the same pressure.
    I pray not only that these beautiful kitties get adopted, but that people start doing the responsible thing and getting their pets spayed/neutered.

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