Cats, kittens dumped at local business


By Anthony Conchel - aconchel@aimmediamidwest.com



Someone dropped off two cats and nine kittens Thursday morning.

Someone dropped off two cats and nine kittens Thursday morning.


Courtesy photo

MOUNT GILEAD — The Morrow County Humane Society says charges will be brought against the people who dumped 11 animals at a business early Thursday.

According to the Morrow County Humane Society’s Facebook page, someone left a box filled with two cats and nine kittens about 4:30 a.m.

The post reads:

“You were on camera so we will be pursuing charges. There are resources to take these cats if you would have just asked. Dumping animals in hopes someone will find them and take care of your problem is beyond cruel and cowardly.”

No information on the cats’ conditions was given.

The agency also said: “We have four low cost clinics a year. Next one is Aug. 31. It is open only to Morrow County residents only. However, SOS in Columbus has low-cost options, as does Wyandot County Humane Society.”

Several residents have generously donated to the agency to help offset veterinarian care for the animals.

Someone dropped off two cats and nine kittens Thursday morning.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2021/07/web1_kittens-1.jpgSomeone dropped off two cats and nine kittens Thursday morning. Courtesy photo

By Anthony Conchel

aconchel@aimmediamidwest.com