Construction along Tri-view leaving animals without homes
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People continue to drop off pets and now the Humane Society is full with cats and kittens.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -
Open for pet adoptions, that's what officials at the Siouxland Humane Society want Siouxlanders to know.
Construction along Tri-View Avenue has slowed traffic at the Humane Society during this summer.
But people continue to drop off pets and now they are full with cats and kittens.
They have 58 cats that need homes and only 30 kennels.
So many are sharing space and need to be adopted right now.
"Adult cats and there's kittens. There's every color under the rainbow that you can think of. Many of the adult cats are already spayed or neutered, a lot of them are declawed. So you are not going to go away without finding the perfect pet," the Executive Director of the Siouxland Humane Society Jerry Dominicak said.
Dominicak says a lot of the cats have reduced or waived fees.
To get to the Humane Society during construction, take Pearl Street by the Tyson Events Center and continue down Tri-View.
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