On Monday, the Humane Society of Fremont County received 51 cats from a single home.
The cats were surrendered to the Humane Society because the home owner was evicted and could not care for the animals.
Upon arriving at the Humane Society, each cat was individually checked, vaccinated, de-wormed, and given the immediate care they needed. Despite hopes for healthy cats, the Humane Society said that several of the animals have upper respiratory infections, some have ulcerated mouths and are missing their top lips, and almost all of the females are pregnant.
The Humane Society said they have already received several small donations, but are still in desperate need of certain supplies to help the cats. The things they are most in need of are kitten formula (KMR), cat and kitten food, and of course monetary donations are always appreciated.
The Humane Society said they want to thank the community for their support. Thanks to that support, the organization said they were able to save 99% of the animals they received last year.
If you would like to donate to the Humane Society of Fremont County, you can find a list of the items they need here: https://tinyurl.com/ycrgyetx