Offaly SPCA is calling for families to adopt the cats, who were found in a crate on the side of the road.
A midlands animal rescue service is appealing for foster carers after five kittens were found locked in a crate on the side of the road.
Three kittens have been fostered already, but Offaly SPCA is appealing for families to adopt the remaining two, or the 67 other cats currently in their care.
The organisation has been forced to close its doors as they are currently inundated with animals.
Chairperson of Offaly SPCA, Jane Lewis, says families simply aren't adopting anymore: