The Sutter County Animal Shelter is at capacity and will be limiting the number of cats it will receive
as the community cat population increases with the spring and summer months.
“We are at, or constantly near, capacity, and we are announcing that there will be periods of time when
we will not be accepting new cats at the shelter,” said Bob Clary, Interim Animal Services Manager. “In
these situations, we actively network with multiple organizations to find fostering arrangements.
Networking often takes a day or two to reduce the volume. Until then, if we took additional cats in, it
would require having to euthanize healthy, adoptable cats that have been with us. We want to give as much
of an opportunity as possible for the cats to find their next homes. Euthanasia is a last resort when
all other options have been exhausted.”
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