SPCA overrun with Kittens

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New Zealand’s SPCA is overrun with kittens.

They have been receiving more than 800 animals a day across its centres.

The SPCA had 3500 animals in its care last summer. This year that number has increased to 4000.

The reason is that towards the end of 2020, there was a spike in the number of kittens born in New Zealand.

This came because cats were unable to be desexed during last year’s level 4 COVID-19 lockdown.

The SPCA is therefore calling on animal-lovers’ in New Zealand to help with animal foster care.

32 Responses

  1. I have 2 cats and they are going to have kittens and my parents are gonna take them to the spca so I’m gonna beg not to

  2. thats so sad i would have all of them if my familly didnt have cat limits as we already have three

  3. I love kitten because they are so tiny and cute. I have a cat I love my cat she is a girl and her name is Melly. She is so pretty I got her when she was just a kitten she was 3 months old.

  4. That’s so sad, I would have two cause I don’t have a pet (apart from my fish)

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