Cats continue to cause problems for the Southwest Missouri Humane Society.
A week ago, the animal shelter on Norton Road had to euthanize nearly 100 felines due to an outbreak there of the killer calici virus.
Now, the Humane Society is being overrun by cats. It's received more than 150 animals since Monday.
More than half of those arrivals were strays. That means the shelter must hold them for five days to allow owners the chance to come claim their pets.
As a result of the current influx, the Humane Society says it won't accept any more cats until Monday, June 25, at noon.
Meanwhile, if you'd like to adopt a cat or kitten, you can do so daily from noon until 6:00 pm at the shelter on West Norton Road.