MUNCIE, Ind. – The Muncie, Indiana animal shelter is asking for the public’s help after they found 43 cats in a U-Haul.
In a tweet, the shelter says they were called to help Muncie Police Department Officers around 11 p.m. Friday after they found the cats in the U-Haul with temperatures below 20 degrees.
The shelter says a lot of the cats were pregnant and some had hernias.
The harsh truth of what happened before our adoption event last night. We were called by dispatch about a cat in a U-haul in 19° around 11pm. Our officer went out there with MPD and discovered 43 cats. pic.twitter.com/HPUoTC3TO8
— Muncie Animal Care (@MuncieACS) December 8, 2018
Because they the shelter is now at capacity, they are asking for donations, food, litter, newspaper, flea medicine, and dewormers.
Those interested in donating or adopting can call the shelter at 765-747-4851.