WABASH VALLEY, Ind. (WTHI) - An important program is working to reduce the number of stray cats in our community this October.
The program is called Wild Things and it is sponsored by Pets Alive of Bloomington along with the Terre Haute Spay and Neuter League.
During the month of October the two groups are offering to fix feral cats for free. But they need help trapping them and bringing the cats to them.
“Fortunately wonderful programs like this will cut down on the pet population, since we won't have as many kittens running around,” said Melanie Collier, Terre Haute Human Society. “It also makes the cats more healthy as well because with a high population brings a lot of diseases as well."
If you'd like to know more about the program call the organization at (812) 235-6465.
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