Cat problem

Nova Scotia’s Litters ‘n Critters has one.

Litters n’ Critters, a non-profit agency, fosters animals until permanent homes are found for them.

Ms. Cunningham said her heart sank when she got the call.

“I thought, ‘What are we going to do with 28 cats? How do we find homes for 28 cats?”

“We’ve had three cats in rescue now for almost four months that we can’t find homes for. It is very, very, difficult to find homes for cats. There are so many cats out there.”

Nevertheless, Ms. Cunningham and other volunteers have stepped up to the challenge.

The cats and kittens are all in good health but their previous owner was unable to afford to look after them, Ms. Cunningham said.

“It is what happens when you don’t spay or neuter your pets.”

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