Capital Area Humane Society seeks donations following large-scale cat rescue in Lansing neighborhood


LANSING, Mich. (WILX) — The Capital Area Humane Society is seeking donations to help cover its large-scale cat rescue mission in Mill Pond Village.

Background: The Capital Area Humane Society is expected to trap more than 100 cats overnight in Mill Pond Village

The shelter picked up dozens of cats Monday and Tuesday from Mill Pond Village. More than 40 cats believed to be indoor and outdoor pets were brought back to the area on Wednesday morning. All cats were repaired and had an ear cut off to indicate that the procedure had been performed.

“This type of rescue mission takes a village,” CAHS wrote on social media Wednesday. “This wouldn’t have been possible without everyone’s hard work and commitment to the cats in our community.”

The shelter will conduct a second rescue mission to Mill Pond Village on November 7.

If you would like to donate to help cover surgery costs, you can donate to the Capital Area Humane Society here. More information about the shelter and the pets available for adoption can be found on its official website here.

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