An animal shelter in Perth has reached crisis point after 80 kittens were surrendered on Wednesday alone.
The facility at Shenton Park is at capacity and is now appealing to the public to help give some of the furry friends a home.
"We are at crisis point and will not be able to continue to receive cats and kittens who need our help if we cannot find homes for our lovely cats," the shelter wrote on Instagram.
"Now is the time to add to your fur family. We are absolutely desperate."
A Cat Haven welfare officer told 9 News that the shelter has a capacity of 250 cats, but has reached 400 by the end of Thursday.
In order to help home some of the kittens, all cats over one year old are free, with just a small donation requested to assist in the running of the shelter.