Police Department Helps Animal Shelter That's Overrun With Cats

July 29, 2019

A police department in Indiana partnered with an animal shelter to help homeless pets in need.

The Muncie Police Department recently teamed up with Muncie Animal Care & Services to allow residents to pay their parking tickets in the form of cat supplies.

"We're in dire need of supplies for the large volume of cats/kittens being cared for here at MACS, and they keep pouring in our doors," the shelter wrote on Facebook.

The shelter currently cares for more than 350 cats and kittens at its facility.

"The Muncie ACS is overrun with cats and kittens," the police department wrote on Twitter. "We want to help!"

The campaign, which ran through July 19, proved to be a success.

"This room was almost empty before we started!" the police department wrote. "Most of the folks that donated didn't even have parking tickets."

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