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NHS reduces cat adoption fees

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Posted at 11:05 AM, Oct 13, 2016
and last updated 2016-10-13 12:12:07-04

Officials with the Nebraska Humane Society said on Thursday they are reducing cat adoption fees once again due to overcrowding. 

NHS officials say that all cats 6 months and up are free adoptions.  Officials said kittens are two for one at $75 . 

All cats and kittens are spayed or neutered, microchipped, feline leukemia tested, and have first shots.

Officials added that anyone who adopts a cat will also be getting a free cat toy. 

"Because we are at capacity we are encouraging people who have been considering a cat to make the commitment now, when we really need to free up kennels for this final wave," NHS said in a statement.

NHS is also encouraging people who need to relinquish their cat to find a friend, family member, or other person to take the cat or keep it until a time when they are not in full capacity. 

They say they do not want to have to make difficult choices based on space.

Adoption hours are weekdays from Noon-7pm  and weekends from 10am to 5pm.

For more information, visit nehumanesociety.org.