The Nashville Humane Society is hoping to adopt out 100 cats during a month long adoption campaign.
To help reach their goal, the Humane Society is participating in National Adopt a Shelter Cat month and is waving or reducing adoption fees through June 30.
"We hope that everyone who is thinking of adding a cat to their family will consider coming and adopting from shelter," Humane Society spokesperson Lisa Reeves said.
Reeves told Nashville's News 2 any cat over the age of three does not have an adoption fee, while young felines are being offered at half price.
"If you come in on Tuesday's, we're doing two kittens for the price of one during the month of June," she added.
Officials from the Humane Society said the "Feline Frenzy" event is especially important since animal shelters across the Mid-State are dealing with an over abundance of cats due to the unseasonably warm winter.
"It was an extremely warm winter and you know we've gotten a lot of kittens that have come into the shelter. A lot of shelters are just overflowing as are we," said Reeves.
The Nashville Humane Society places over 2,800 pets into permanent homes each year.