It's kitten season at West Point-Clay County Animal Shelter

Donna Summerall
Daily Times Leader

Every year the West Point Clay County Animal Shelter sees an influx of kittens in the spring.

This year is no different, but adding to the crowding at the shelter are many puppies coming in.

"People are finding boxes of puppies and kittens dumped by the sides of the road," WPCCAS Director Neely Bryan said. "This is not normal. There were chihuahua puppies put out in a box. We found homes for them quickly, since there is a demand for small dogs."

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