The Dane County Humane Society is overflowing with cats, including kittens, and shelter officials said they need help now.
There are currently hundreds of cats being cared for by DCHS that are available for adoption now or will be available very soon.
Recently, DCHS has been contacted to help individuals in need and shelter staff and volunteers are anticipating a large number of cats in the coming weeks.
"We are already very full, but we want to be able to help all of the incoming cats that need us, too," said Gayle Viney, Public Relations Coordinator for DCHS.
Due to this situation, adoption fees have been dramatically reduced to help these furry felines find the perfect families as soon as possible.
Reduced cat adoption fees will be $20, down from $125 from Thursday, Nov. 17 through Nov. 22.