After visiting animal shelters across the state of Utah, staff members at the Humane Society of Utah realized there was a problem…a big problem. The shelters are bursting at the seams with cats and they are at risk of being euthanized due to lack of space.

Natasha, one of the cats available for adoption.

The reason for the above average influx of cats is an increase in the number of unspayed and unneutered cats. In an effort to save these healthy cats and get them into loving homes, The Humane Society of Utah launched a campaign to get 400 cats adopted in just 4 weeks. To accomplish this, they are waiving all adoption fees on cats through November 16. The more cats they adopt out, the more cats they can take in from shelters struggling to manage their cat population.

Keep up with their progress on their Facebook page or their website.

Interested in adopting a cat of your own? Get started with a search here.