RICHMOND, Ky. (WKYT) - Folks are raising concerns about dozens of stray cats, that have made a Richmond community their home.
People living in Dixie Plaza, in Richmond, say they have more cats than they can deal with.
Chris Gordon, who lives at Dixie Plaza, says they keep multiplying.
"Seems like every six months there's a new litter around," Gordon told WKYT.
The Humane Society says they're trying to fix all that.
Daniel Schneider also lives in the area, and tells us something needs to be done quickly.
"They need to be spayed or neutered or caught or something, because it gets ridiculous sometimes," said Schneider.
That's what the Humane Society plans on doing -- coming in and trapping fifty cats who will be spayed or neutered Monday, which is a third of the cat population in the Dixie Plaza Mobile Home Park.
About $600 is needed to fund spaying and neutering the cats on Monday. Donations can be made to the Dixie Plaza Trap, Neuter and Return program with the Humane Society in Madison County.