TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) – Leaders with the Toledo Humane Society say they’re full.
Abbey Hall with the Toledo Humane Society tells 13abc that the shelter brought in a record number of adult cats this year and it’s a problem that’s been brewing since the start of the pandemic.
She explains that it’s a ripple effect of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We are attributing the increase to a couple of years ago when everything shut down,” she says. “With the PPE situation, spay and neuter got really behind, and when spay and neuter come to a slow, it comes back up the pipeline.”