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Randall says Indianapolis Animal Care services took in 39 cats on Friday.   “Very quickly ran out of space,” Randall said. Staff set up temporary crates in the hallways because the shelter is completely out of space.  Veterinarian on toxicity of antifreeze on pets Colder temperatures and people returning to in-person work are contributing to the rise in animal intakes. “In a year, we take in about 14,000 animals,” Randall said. “Having that many in our care, as you can see, causes us to have to set up those crates in the hallways.” They’re not the only shelter reaching full capacity.  The Humane Society for Hamilton County is completely full.   “We have seen an increase in intakes,” explanation said Megan Davis, senior communications manager for the Humane Society for Hamilton County. “Because we’re an open admission, truly no-kill shelter, what that means is we’re keeping animals here until they find a home.” Davis and Randall are encouraging the community to consider adopting. “You can really turn their lives around,” Randall said.  If you can’t adopt, fostering or donations can make a big difference.     “You can always share our posts,” Randall said.


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5, 2021 at 8:45 AM CDT|Updated: 1 hour ago SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - Daylight Saving Time happens this weekend. And when it gets dark earlier, it can impact some people’s mental health. “Losing daylight hours can really affect your mental health by disrupting your body’s natural rhythm or your body’s internal clock,” said Burell Behavior Health Connection Center Supervisor and Licenced Counselor Lindsay Sorbo. “That could make you feel tired, feel like you have less energy, or also trigger mood changes that can sometimes rise to the level of what we call seasonal affective disorder, or the winter blues, which is a type of depression that’s related to changes in season.” Fewer daylight hours can impact our mental health but there are things you can do to help. “I’d also suggest exercising at least 30 minutes a day, three times a week, those hormones that we get from exercising, that dopamine and that serotonin, those feel-good hormones can really be helpful and promote that sense of well-being,” said Sorbo. “Try as much as possible to regulate your schedule. Go to bed at the same time every day, wake up at the same time every day, and eliminate some of those variances there.” Dealing with the winter blues is just as normal as the common cold. If you need help, don’t be afraid to reach out to a licensed professional.