Starting Monday and lasting all week, the Regina Humane Society is hoping to say good-bye to many cats currently in their shelter.
Executive Director Lisa Koch says they are full with 120 cats, 80 of which are ready to find a new home and a loving family.
Koch says the last couple of years have seen many cats come to the Humane Society. She thinks warmer than usual winters are to blame as it has meant an early start to breeding.
Koch adds they have done many adoption events before that have been successful, and there is a worry of people simply not needing a cat or kitten, but there are people out there looking for a pet or some who have lost one and feel it is time for a new one.
Until July 9, kittens can be adopted for 50 dollars with older cats aged 6 months and over being adopted for free. The price includes many things like spay/neuter surgery, a free vet exam, tattoo, microchip and 30 day pet insurance