From staff reports
“As happens so often, a couple cats get ‘dumped’ on someone’s property, they breed, then more get ‘dumped’ and all of a sudden there are 15 plus and they are multiplying. The property owner is ill and can no longer afford to care for these cats,” the post said.
Clarion PAWS has committed to alter and vaccinate as many as they can catch at our April 30, 2016, clinic but they need help, the post said.
Tax deductible donations can be made to www.gofundme.com/BringBackSpring.
Clarion PAWs said what is most needed is monetary donations to help pay for the surgeries and homes.
“We are told most are friendly enough to be petted but may be shy around new people,” the Facebook post said.
“Some may need to be trapped so we are seeking indoor/outdoor & farm homes,” the rescue said.
(The cats in the photos are available for adoption at Clarion PAWS.)