A rescue cataract in Canberra, Australia, is a group that provides food and care when it finds outdated cats, and it now turns out that there is not enough space to accommodate cats anymore.
Cats that are rescued here are usually embarrassed because they have a much larger number of cats than are currently adopted, although they are adopted elsewhere.
Animal welfare organizations (RSPCA ACT), which released a report that reflects the level of cat adoption reduction, said 214 cats were adopted in May 2016, but only a handful of 138 cats were found in May 2017, a year later.
The shelter said, "The rescued cats are far more numerous than the adoptive cats. We are working hard to maintain all the mental and physical health of cats. But the problem gets worse when more cats come in. Despite our efforts to control the increase in the number of unwanted cats in the community, many owners do not neutralize and send out microchips without inserting them. As a result, the number of cats coming to the shelter increases every year. "
The RSPCA ACT estimates that more cats will be adopted in the next few weeks by reducing the cost of adoption.