100 Williamson County cats to be euthanized if not adopted, fostered in next 3 days

“For the first time in years we are facing a heartbreaking decision,” reads a Facebook post on the page of the Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter. 

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The shelter posted yesterday that, because its facilities had met capacity, it would need to find families or foster homes for 100 healthy cats or be forced to euthanize them.

The shelter also said that all cat and kitten adoptions would be reduced from their usual $75 fee to $1 for the entire weekend.

The post has since been shared around 3,5000 times. 

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This morning a new Facebook post said that 12 cats and kittens had already been placed into foster homes.

According to the shelter’s website, you must be 18 years old, have a valid ID and fill out adoption forms if you are looking to take home a new friend.

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