There has been a major influx of kittens at the Greater Moncton SPCA recently.
Executive Director Dave Rogers says there are around 15 kittens in the adoption room currently, and another ten in the waiting stage.
At least 15 others have gone to their forever homes in the last month.
Rogers says, “It’s unusual to have this many at this time of year, but it could be because of the milder temperatures we’ve had, “Normally in milder weather, cats are out roaming, and socializing, shall we say. That’s when we start to see litters.”
The greater Moncton SPCA usually sees the most kittens come into their shelter in the spring.
The increase of kittens is having a major impact on the shelter itself with more animals to care for.
Rogers adds, this is why it is important that everyone have their pets spayed or neutered.
If you would like to adopt a kitten, or any of the other animals at the Greater Moncton SPCA, you must go through an application process first. For more information, visit HERE