In Cincinnati, like in many places around the world, there’s an overpopulation problem with feral cats. Trapping, neutering, and releasing feral cats partially solves the problem, but feral cats tend to breed faster than volunteers can capture and neuter them. The end result is that the feral cat population keeps growing.

At Ohio Alley Cat Resource, the daily average of spay-neuter surgeries is 45 and one cat clinic performed over 10,000 surgeries in one year. Unfortunately, the feral cat population grows faster than volunteers can find homes for the feral kitten offspring. If you have a loving home that you want to share with some animals that will ignore you and take over your place, feel free to adopt one or more kittens. You can give a cat a good home while giving yourself a lifetime of memories, both good and bad, in return.

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