Rachel Christian
Kenzie Hildebrandt, 12, and her friend Angel Ivy are two dedicated Posey Humane Society volunteers. The under-funded non-profit is attempting to launch a new program to curb Posey County’s feral cat population.
Humane Society to curb feral cat population

The Posey Humane Society is attempting to launch a trap, neuter release program (TNR) in the community to curb the area’s feral cat population.

TNR programs have shown to be effective, but the humane society is facing a major challenge – funding.

Posey County’s only cat shelter

The voicemail for animal control instructs citizens who are “having a problem with a cat” to contact the Posey Humane Society.