In Indiana, the Muncie Police Department has dealt with cat problems. This can’t seem like a story with a good ending. But on the contrary, the police wanted to help these animals.
In summer in the department, cat shelters are overwhelmed.
And because shelter funds are limited, parking enforcement received a complaint from the local shelter about the shelter being overcrowded during the summer months.
Shelter staff asked the police to help the kittens survive.
The police decided to rescue the shelter to solve various problems concerning the kittens.
The police department allowed car owners to pay their parking tickets with donations to shelter cats. Through this charitable action, the police wanted to show their love and sympathy towards the cats.
So, instead of charging drivers for excessive and inconvenient parking or in prohibited zones, the police allow them to pay their fine as donations for the cat shelter.
These donations can also include food, blankets, beds and other cat supplies.
And of course we can also make additional donations.
The police department allows drivers to pay their parking tickets without being charged. Certainly, this is an act of kindness and charity on the part of this police department which acts with generosity.
The police put up a post on the internet announcing ways to pay for the parking ticket to help the cats at the shelter.