Dozens of homeless cats are waking up in new homes this morning thanks to the Ingham County Animal Control's car adoption.
Over the weekend, there were 32 adoptions.
Than's about twice as much as shelter workers expected.
All pets adopted are spayed and neutered, vaccinated and micro chipped. These adoptions came at a reduced price. Workers told FOX 47 that there were a lot of cats that needed a new home. It probably started out in August. They just stared coming, kittens after kittens and cats after cats and people would bring them in we would get three adopted a day. More would come in. It's just for some reason this season has been very hard. Now that the weather is getting colder, people are bringing in the strays that have been standing around their houses.
The reason for the event is so they can have more room to bring in more cats. If you live in Ingham County and have a cat to give, you can bring them to the shelter.