UPDATE: (6/13/18, 4:06 p.m.) — The Estill County Animal Shelter says it will not have to euthanize any kittens or cats on Friday because many of them have been adopted.
The shelter says it only has room enough for 10 to 12 felines.
It had over 40 felines when it sent out the notice on its Facebook page Tuesday that it would have to euthanize many of them, including kittens.
There are now four adult cats and one kitten left, according to the shelter.
ESTILL COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – The Estill County Animal Shelter says it will have to put down several kittens Friday if they are not adopted.
The shelter says on its Facebook page that it has taken in a large number of animals and it is almost out of room.
The shelter says it has a dozen cats and kittens that need to be adopted or they will be euthanized.
The shelter planned to euthanize the felines on Wednesday but now says it will be done Friday.
All felines are free of charge.
The shelter is open from 8 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. Monday through Friday.
You can call 606-723-3587 if you are interested in adopting.