The Shenandoah Valley Animal Services Center in Lyndhurst is getting overwhelmed with cats. They currently have over 186 cats and kittens but only 72 cat cages. In desperation, the staff has been keeping kittens in small animal cages designed for rabbits and ferrets.

“We’re still getting a lot of kittens,” said Lindsey Huffman, director of the shelter, which is located at 1001 Mt. Torrey Road. “We’re getting a good deal of people bringing in strays. Typically we see an increase until October.”

“If we can adopt out one or two adult cats a day we can keep up with the intake,” Huffman said.

If you live in the Shenandoah Valley area and have room in your home for a cat, adopt one or more today! To read more about the overflow of cats in Shenandoah Valley, click here.

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