The Mid-South has a huge pet overpopulation problem and our municipal animal shelters are almost always overflowing as a result. The cost to taxpayers continues to rise, along with animal cruelty cases. One of our largest contributions to our community is sending shelter animals to our network of partner rescues across the country. These are in areas where pets are in demand and adopted quickly. This allows our partner shelters to help more animals instead of euthanizing them due to lack of space. Our list of transport partners includes Wings of Rescue, multiple locations of Brandywine Valley SPCA, Animal Friends, and PetSmart adoption agencies across the country. We organize and facilitate the transport of 100 cats per month on average. During peak kitten season months, we can send over 400 cats and kittens per month. However, transport is not the solution to the pet overpopulation problem: That problem is best addressed by supporting our local municipal shelter programs, which includes spay/neuters and local adoptions.