Courtesy Best Friends Animal Society

“Kitten season” is anything but cute, reminds Best Friends Animal Society which advocates for the spaying and neutering of pets.

What may sound cute to the general public causes a shudder every year among animal shelter staff across the country.

“Kitten Season,” as it’s known in the animal welfare field, starts each spring and lasts through fall, according to a release issued by Hannah Stember, public relations manager for Best Friends Animal Society.

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